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Yukio Mishima (1925 - 1970)
Regarded by many as the most important 20th century Japaese novelist
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- Everyone in Japan Has Heard of Him
- 'This New York Times Magazine profile, written about three months before his suicide, portrays Mishima as the preeminent author in Japan, although something of an anachronism."
- Contains: Extensive Bio
- Author: Philip Shabecoff
- From: The New York Times Magazine August 2, 1970
- The Mishima Yukio Cyber Museum
- 'The Cyber Museum is produced in an effort to introduce the world renowned writer and his remarkable works to as many people as possible."
- Contains: Extensive Bio, Timeline, Works List
- Author: The Mishima Yukio Museum
- Featured Author: Yukio Mishima
- "News and Reviews From the Archives of The New York Times."
- Contains: Commentary
- From: The New York Times on the Web
- How to Write in Japanese
- "Robert Trumbull talks with Mishima about writing in Kanji, the intricate Chinese characters or ideograms in which the Japanese write most of their language, and the difficulties in publishing and translating Japanese literature."
- Contains: Interview
- Author: Robert Trumbull
- From: The New York Times September 19, 1965
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Last Updated Mar 25, 2014