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Ryota Iijima <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 16 Jul 1996 15:46:27 +0900
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_Eureka: Shi to Hihyo_, or _Eureka: Poetry and Criticism_,
is one of the major Japanese magazines for art and
criticism.  Its July issue was released, with special
expanded pages on Mark Twain.

Of 286 pages of the issue, from 50 to 265 are for Twain.
Included are three translated works of Twain's own, a
dialogue between two leading Am-lit scholars of Japan, 11
articles by Japanese scholars and writers, two articles
translated from English, summaries of Twain's major works,
and a chronology.

I found a copy in an ordinary bookstore in the city of
Fukushima, Japan.

Ryota Iijima