Black rain / Masuji Ibuse ; translated by John Bester.
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Kuroi ame. English
Bester, John, 1927-
Atomic bomb -- Blast effect.
Hiroshima-shi (Japan) -- History -- Bombardment, 1945.
Japan -- Hiroshima-shi.
Japan's modern writers.
300 pages ; 18 cm.
Translation of Kuroi ame.
Black Rain is centered around the story of a young woman who was caught in the radioactive "black rain" that fell after the bombing of Hiroshima. lbuse bases his tale on real-life diaries and interviews with victims of the holocaust; the result is a book that is free from sentimentality yet manages to reveal the magnitude of the human suffering caused by the atom bomb. The life of Yasuko, on whom the black rain fell, is changed forever by periodic bouts of radiation sickness and the suspicion that her future children, too, may be affected.
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