When Blossoms Fall : A Novella by Masako Fukui, published by Griffith Review

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Today in flower, tomorrow scattered by the wind – Such is our blossom life. How can we think its fragrance lasts forever?  – Vice Admiral Takijiro Onishi, Imperial Japanese Navy

A newly-arrived Japanese family remembers World War II and confronts 1960s Australia’s narratives of themselves in a novella by Masako Fukui for Griffith Review.

READ: https://griffithreview.com/articles/when-blossoms-fall/