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Date of Birth November 15, 1905
Date of Death March 01, 1951
Place of Birth Hiroshima, Japan
Country Japan
Profession Writer
Horoscope Scorpio

Tamiki Hara Biography

Tamiki Hara is a famous Japanese writer, who was born on November 15, 1905 in Hiroshima, Japan. According to Astrologers, Tamiki Hara's zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Tamiki Hara (原民喜, Hara Tamiki, 15 November 1905 – 13 March 1951) was a Japanese writer and survivor of the bombing of Hiroshima, known for his works in the Atomic bomb literature genre.

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Hara was born in Hiroshima in 1905. In his early years, he was an introverted personality who suffered from anxiety states. While he was a middle school student, Hara became familiar with Russian literature, and also began to write poetry. He particularly admired the poets Murō Saisei and Paul Verlaine. After graduating from the English literature department of Keio University, he published prose and poetry works in Mita Bungaku magazine. In 1933, he married Sadae Sasaki, sister of literary critic Kiichi Sasaki. For a limited time, he was also affiliated with Japan's left wing movement.

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Sadae died in 1944 after long years of illness. Hara had once said of her, "were my wife to die before me, I would live only one year longer to leave behind a volume of beautiful, sad poetry". One year later, he was exposed to the atomic bombing of Hiroshima at his parents' home. These two traumatic experiences became central to his work.

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His best-known work, Summer Flower (Natsu no Hana), an account of the devastation he witnessed in Hiroshima, was published in June 1947 and received the first Takitaro Minakami Prize. Two further sections of this story followed later, From the Ruins (Haikyou kara) in November 1947, and Prelude to Annihilation (Kaimetsu no joukyoku) in January 1949. He also wrote poems on the same theme, while his 1950 short story Utsukushiki shi no kishi ni (lit. "On the brink of a beautiful death") documented his wife's last days. The 1949 Chinkonka (lit. "Requiem") treated Sadae's death and the deaths in Hiroshima almost as one single loss.

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The 1951 short story The Land of Heart's Desire (Shingan no kuni) was Hara's final, posthumously published work. His already fragile mental state had been exacerbated by the outbreak of the Korean War and president Truman's public consideration of the use of atomic bombs. He committed suicide in Tokyo on March 13, 1951, by lying down on the tracks of an oncoming train, a death which he had already contemplated in his last story.

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