Wednesday, November 25, 2009

"A History of Modern Japanese Literary Criticism," Act One, Scene 2

This just in from Sally Suzuki:

Beholdmyswarthyface,

I finished editing the next installment of your play, and sent it to the boys at Neojaponisme. As you know, they have a rule against double-postings, so I can't post it here. What I can do, however, is post the I-speech version of the play, as a sample.




-Sally Suzuki, Beholdmyswarthyface Media Director

3 comments:

Jarvis32 said...

Sounds like Polish.

Mother said...
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Mother said...

Fascinating, son. But recently I only hear from you and Sally Suzuki. What happened to all the other regular contributors to this site, namely . . .

Jarvis32
Ian Hogarth, perennial bully and Beholdmyswarthyface-heckler
Cniva Albinus
Cniva's wife Reiko
Dr. Nabil al-Tasnimi
Avram Moskowitz, defense lawyer in Duluth
Mabel (on occasion Mable) Callahan, of Dublin
Ian Hogarth
Laurie Spiegelmann, originally of Kansas, currently a researcher in Tokyo
Josh Landars
Tommy Matsuzaki
Tom Kain
Part-time Japonologist and full-time dandy Leopold Adelgonde Hauspie III, of Belgium
Tunisia-based German orientalist and biblical commentator Johann Weiß
Mrs. Gotō Yōko, Middle-aged Housewife in Saitama
Sky Milner, artist, architect, and founder of the SAO Institute
Grady Glenn
First-time contributor Hachig ("Mike") Hagopian, SDHP volunteer, Melbourne office
Mrs. Marina Thomas
Aoki Nanpachi
Josh Weiss
Corbin Clausewitz
Takahashi Tomoyuki
The lovely Miss Kishi
Burford Niceweather

and the others?