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A Grain of Wheat

Author (composite): Toyohiko Kagawa

Poem "Discovery" available in the DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Translator (stanza 1): Frank Y. Ohtomo

(no biographical information available about Frank Y. Ohtomo.) Go to person page >

Translator (stanzas 2 and 3): Jonathan Fujita

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Text Information

First Line: When a grain of wheat
Title: A Grain of Wheat
Author (composite): Toyohiko Kagawa (1981)
Translator (stanza 1): Frank Y. Ohtomo (1981)
Translator (stanzas 2 and 3): Jonathan Fujita (1981)
Source: Japanese
Language: English
Publication Date: 1983
Copyright: Trans. of stanza 1 copyright © 1983 by Frank Y. Ohtomo; Trans. of stanzas 2 & 3 copyright © 1983 by Jonathan Fujita; Words used by permission of Sumimoto Kagawa

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