Silk and Insight
Silk and Insight (Kinu to Meisatsu) is a 1964 novel by the Japanese writer Yukio Mishima. The subject of the novel is taken from an actual strike in Japan in 1954 at Omi Kenshi, a silk thread and fabric manufacturer, which lasted for 106 days. It was translated to English in 1998 by Hiroaki Sato as the seventh volume in The Library of Japan series, produced by the Pacific Basin Institute at Pomona College.
- Sato, Hiroaki. "Introduction" Silk and Insight. M.E. Sharp: 1998. p. xv.
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