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Voyages Extraordinaires

Scientific Romances in a Bygone Age.

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Kenji Miyazawa's Night on the Galactic Railroad
In Japan, riding a steam train through outer space is a melancholy symbol of the human journey. Like the gentle drift of the sakura petal, the whistle of a train means a transition in life. …
On , by Cory Gross, 71 words
Japan's Vengeful Spirits, Part II: Yotsuya Kaidan
She has become one of the most recognizable archetypes of modern horror: the creepy, pale girl with long, stringy black hair who is pursuing her relentless quest for revenge. Her main introduction to the West …
On , by Cory Gross, 75 words
Japan's Vengeful Spirits, Part I: Botan Doro and Bancho Sarayashiki
Amongst the popular and enduring ghost stories in Japanese culture are those of Onryo, The vengeful spirit. Predominately these spirits are women scorned in love, and they have echoed through history, being revived in such …
On , by Cory Gross, 70 words