Teikoku Bungaku

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Teikoku Bungaku (帝国文学, teikoku empire + bungaku literature) was a literature magazine from 1895 to 1920 published by Japanese writers, Inoue Tetsujiro, Ueda Kazutoshi, Takayama Chogyu and Ueda Bin.[citation needed] With a focus on asserting the individuality of Japanese literature, the magazine often contrasted Japanese and global literature by covering writers such as Maurice Maeterlinck, George Bernard Shaw and Friedrich Nietzsche.[1]

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  1. ^ Mathias, Peter; Todorov, Nikolaj (2005). History of humanity: scientific and cultural development. The nineteenth century. 6. Paris: UNESCO; London: Routledge. p. 246.