D. Sources of Influence and Transmission
24. Naruse, Seichi. ‘Young Japan’. Seven Arts, April 1917, pp. 616-26.
Naruse’s tracing of the intellectual history
of Japan from the Meiji Restoration into the twentieth century includes
description and analysis of the suicide of the high-school student Fujimura
Misao, and this is the acknowledged source of the ‘1903 Japan’
section of Lowell’s ‘Postlude’ to Guns as Keys (BI7b1),
where Naruse’s translation of Fujimura’s suicide note appears