Through the outbreak of the New Left in 68. Wild Japan. Radicals. outlaws and political violence Published by Aixeca Foc. Wild Japan is an informative book that approaches the dimension of Japanese radicalism. It includes not only the radicalism of the left. but also that of the extreme right. Written by several authors. this publication features phenomena such as early twentieth-century anarchism. the communist armed groups of the 1970s. the violence of the yakuza (Japanese mafia). the radicalization of discriminated minorities. or the famous ritual suicide. by Mishima Yukio in 1970 after a rather theatrical coup attempt. Japanese newspaper. Journey of a Spanish anarchist Book cover Japanese Diary Japanese newspaper is an autobiographical story written by the anarchist Victor Garci’a . who in 1957 initiated a long trip by Asia.
Japan was its gateway to the continent. His adventures in Japan led him to publish this book in 1960. Recently. it has been republished by Dipankara with a prologue by Carlos Díaz Hernández. professor at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. It is amazing the depth of vision and the large amount of information that VictorGarcia provides on Japan. It should be noted that this was a traveler with no knowledge of the Japanese language (he communicated in Esperanto with his Japanese classmates). Moreover. the country. at that time. was much more unknown in the rest of the world than it is now. Under a dark snow-laden sky.
Anthology Of Japanese Proletarian
literature Also published by the Argentine Netherlands phone number house El Caragol. it brings together six stories by Japanese authors attached to the proletarian literature movement of the 1920s and 1930s. It was one of the most cultivated artistic fields in Japan before World War II. Collect the stories The Prostitute of Hayama Yoshiki. A Two-Breasted Copper Coin by Kuroshima Denji . This Time by Takaoka Teppei . March 15. 1928 by Kobayashi Takiji . The Koiwai Family by Miyamoto Yuriko and The Red Frog byShimaki Kensaku . A flower Published by Satori Edicions. it brings together three autobiographical stories by the writer Miyamoto Yuriko .
He was one of the most important figures in proletarian literature in Japan both before and after World War II. Miyamoto was a prominent member of the Communist Party of Japan. suffering imprisonment and torture on several occasions. Her writing lucidly captures the oppression of women. the class struggle. and the misery of imperialism and war. In general. the Spanish-speaking collective imagination conceives of Japan as a country tending to conservative positions and lacking historical experiences of a revolutionary nature. The street without sun. Novel of a strike in Japan Book cover The street without sun Mnemosyne Editions has published this autobiographical book by Tokunaga Sunao .
An Exponent Of The Movement
Of Japanese proletarian literature. In it. he narrates the traumatic experience of the strike in which he participated in 1926 where he worked. Hakubunkan Press (later called Kyōdō Press ). 3.000 workers went on strike and were eventually defeat and more than half fired. including Tokunaga himself . Road reflections on the gallows The publishing house Calúmnia published this short diary written by the Japanese journalist Kanno Sugako . It narrates the last days of its life in 1911: from the moment at which it was until death after the Incident of the Red Flag to try to assassinate the emperor until it is lead to the scaffold. In his diary he meditates on his personal and political life. as well as on the circumstances of Japan at the time.
Claiming the need for a revolution. The poet Màrius Torres expresses in La ciutat luntana everything that meant the defeat of January 26. 1939. with the entry of Franco’s troops through Tibidabo and the fall of the city of Barcelona. A defeat that precipitated the defeat of the Republic . This bibliographical selection brings us closer to the Francoist occupation of Barcelona and the period between the last moments of the Civil War. Topography of destruction Barcelona was a test ground for attacks on the civilian that would be used during the rest of the twentieth century in various conflicts to intimidate the population.