BD. Edmund Blunden

68. †Eastward: A Selection of Verses Original and Translated, edited by Tamotsu Sone, Yoshitaka Sakai, and others. Tokyo: privately printed, 1950.

According to Kirkpatrick (187, A97), a limited edition of 250 designed by Jugaku Bunshô (scholar of English literature, 1900-92) and signed and numbered by Blunden. The Houghton Library at Harvard owns a copy, but none is available through library loan services in Britain, the United States, or Japan, and the work is not held at the National Diet Library of Japan. According to Kirkpatrick, reprints matsushima (58), to japanese students (61), and THE INN WINDOW, FUKUOKA (formerly from the japanese inn window, 65), and includes among other occasional poems First Visit to Yashima (see 118), Moments—in a Park in Kyoto (see 84), The Lawn . . . at a House in Tokyo; A Woodland Holiday, Karuizawa, and A House in Ushigome.





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