BD. Edmund Blunden

95. ‘Japan After the Occupation’. World Review NS 36 (February 1952): 9-12.

Blunden’s sympathetic look to Japan’s future finds it unlikely that the Occupation will have brought sudden change. ‘Revival rather than new light is the truth’ of the Occupation, for ‘it was not a barren territory’ into which the occupiers came, ‘but one which had been abundantly filled once, and under stress . . . had gone desolate and ragged’. Includes passing reference to Hani Motoko (see 94).








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