Taken Captive: A Japanese POW's Story

Taken Captive A Japanese POW s Story One of the major figures in post war Japanese literature presents a gripping autobiographical account of his years as a POW during WWII In the first part of the book Shohei concentrates on his own pe
  • Title: Taken Captive: A Japanese POW's Story
  • Author: Shōhei Ōoka Wayne P. Lammers
  • ISBN: 9780471142850
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Taken Captive: A Japanese POW's Story
    One of the major figures in post war Japanese literature presents a gripping autobiographical account of his years as a POW during WWII In the first part of the book, Shohei concentrates on his own personal struggle and reveals the reflections of a man who suddenly found himself a hunted fugitive The latter part deals with the behavior of people forced to live in confineOne of the major figures in post war Japanese literature presents a gripping autobiographical account of his years as a POW during WWII In the first part of the book, Shohei concentrates on his own personal struggle and reveals the reflections of a man who suddenly found himself a hunted fugitive The latter part deals with the behavior of people forced to live in confinement and brilliantly dissects the rootlessness of Japanese prisoners.
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    About " Shōhei Ōoka Wayne P. Lammers "

  • Shōhei Ōoka Wayne P. Lammers

    Sh hei oka oka Sh hei was a Japanese novelist, literary critic, and translator of French literature active in Sh wa period Japan oka belongs to the group of postwar writers whose World War II experiences at home and abroad figure prominently in their works Over his lifetime, he contributed short stories and critical essays to almost every literary magazine in Japan.

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  • The book is about a Japanese soldier who was taken captive in World War II The book is quite an interesting one, especially the insights it gives into how Japanese soldiers thought.Some of the noteworthy things He was captured on January 25, 1945 He was suffering from malaria and had dropped out of a group retreat, and was captured by American soldiers I say that because the book shows how important the Philippine guerrillas were, and how many Japanese soldiers they either captured or outright k [...]


  • This is almost the same as Fires on the plain , only a little rough and exhausted trip in the tropical jungle in the WWII.


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