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|Born||11 March 1927|
|Died||10 February 2018|
|Known for||writer, activist, environmentalist, writing|
|Paradise in the Sea of Sorrow: Our Minamata Disease, Story of the Sea of Camellias, Lake of Heaven|
Michiko Ishimure (石牟礼道子 Ishimure Michiko, 11 March 1927 – 10 February 2018) was a Japanese writer and activist.
- Paradise in the Sea of Sorrow: Our Minamata Disease (1969) English translation 2003, Centre for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan. German translation, Livia Monnet: Paradies im Meer des Leidens: die Minamata-Krankheit im Werk der Schriftstellerin Ishimure Michiko (1988, Institut für Japanologie der Universität Wien)
- Story of the Sea of Camellias (1976)
- Lake of Heaven (2008)
- Anima no tori (Birds of Spirit) (1999)
- Noh play Shiranui (2004, trans. 2016)
- Michiko Ishumure (sic), unesco.org via archive.org. Retrieved 10 February 2018.
- Michiko Ishimure on IMDb
- Thornber, Karen (11 June 2012). "Environmental Ambiguity, Literature, and Ishimure Michiko 環境問題の曖昧さ、文学、石牟道子". The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. 10 (24, no. 2).
- Thornber, Karen (1 July 2016). "Ishimure Michiko and Global Ecocriticism". The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. 14 (13, no. 6).
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