Alfred Birnbaum

Alfred Birnbaum is an American born in 1957, living in Myanmar when he is not traveling elsewhere.He has spend many years in Japan since childhood, and has been actively involved in the visual and performing arts there. He is also one of the leading translators of contemporary Japanese fiction, with three major novels by Haruki Murakami, and the award-winning A Burden of Flowers by Natsuki Izekawa, among his translations.-from the back cover of Monkey Brain Sushi: New Tastes in Japanese Fiction



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but not one came over. It was as if we were a world apart. Nobody stopped. They all thought: “Nothing to do with me.”
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This nurse comes running out, and even when we told her, “They’ve been gassed in Kasumigaseki Station,” she just said something about there being no doctor available. Abandoned us there on the pavement. How she could do that, I’ll never know.
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