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Japanese Narratives on Life in Late-Colonial Korea: From Wartime to Repatriation

Japanese Narratives on Life in Late-Colonial Korea: From Wartime to Repatriation Review Essay Japanese Na rratives on Life in Late-Colonial Korea : From Wartime to Repatriation Kiseki no 3 8 -dosen toppa: Heijo kara Nippon e [A miraculous break through the 38th parallel: From P'yongyang to Japan] by Fujikawa Masuo. Tokyo: Bijinesusha, 2006. 197 pp. Bibliography, Photos, Maps. ¥1400 (paper) Shonen no hi no haisen nikki: Ch osen han to kara no kikan [A journal of my youth on Japan's defeat: Repatriation from the Korean peninsula] by Iwashita Takeki. Tokyo: Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 2000. 429 pp. Photos. ¥3800 (cloth) Kita Chosen kara seikan: Aruj ussai no shon en no hikiage kiroku [A safe return from northern Korea: An account of the repatria­ tion of a ten-year-old boy] by Kukimura Hisashi. Tokyo: Kojinsha, 2006. 163 pp. Photos, Maps. ¥1600 (cloth) Watakushi ga Ch osen han to de sh ita koto [What I did on the Korean peninsula] by Matsuo Shigeru. 1928-1946. Tokyo: Soshisha, 2002. 198 pp. Photos, Map. ¥1600 (cloth) Nihon tochi shita no Ch osen: Hokuchin no rekishi [Korea under Japanese rule: History of Hokuchin] by Sakai Toshio. Tokyo: Soshisha, 2003. 334 pp. Bibliography. Photos. Maps. ¥2200 (cloth) Aru Ch osen sotoku fu keisatsu kanryo no kaiso [Memoirs of a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Korean Studies Duke University Press

Japanese Narratives on Life in Late-Colonial Korea: From Wartime to Repatriation

Journal of Korean Studies , Volume 14 (1) – Sep 9, 2009

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Copyright © 2009 by the Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York
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0731-1613
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2158-1665
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10.1353/jks.2009.0000
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Review Essay Japanese Na rratives on Life in Late-Colonial Korea : From Wartime to Repatriation Kiseki no 3 8 -dosen toppa: Heijo kara Nippon e [A miraculous break through the 38th parallel: From P'yongyang to Japan] by Fujikawa Masuo. Tokyo: Bijinesusha, 2006. 197 pp. Bibliography, Photos, Maps. ¥1400 (paper) Shonen no hi no haisen nikki: Ch osen han to kara no kikan [A journal of my youth on Japan's defeat: Repatriation from the Korean peninsula] by Iwashita Takeki. Tokyo: Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 2000. 429 pp. Photos. ¥3800 (cloth) Kita Chosen kara seikan: Aruj ussai no shon en no hikiage kiroku [A safe return from northern Korea: An account of the repatria­ tion of a ten-year-old boy] by Kukimura Hisashi. Tokyo: Kojinsha, 2006. 163 pp. Photos, Maps. ¥1600 (cloth) Watakushi ga Ch osen han to de sh ita koto [What I did on the Korean peninsula] by Matsuo Shigeru. 1928-1946. Tokyo: Soshisha, 2002. 198 pp. Photos, Map. ¥1600 (cloth) Nihon tochi shita no Ch osen: Hokuchin no rekishi [Korea under Japanese rule: History of Hokuchin] by Sakai Toshio. Tokyo: Soshisha, 2003. 334 pp. Bibliography. Photos. Maps. ¥2200 (cloth) Aru Ch osen sotoku fu keisatsu kanryo no kaiso [Memoirs of a

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Published: Sep 9, 2009

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