Shusaku Endo | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Michael Gallagher

This literature criticism consists of approximately 14 pages of analysis & critique of Shusaku Endo.
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Critical Essay by Michael Gallagher

SOURCE: Gallagher, Michael. “For These the Least of My Brethren: The Concern of Endô Shûsaku.” Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese 27, no. 1 (April 1993): 75-84.

In the following essay, Gallagher discusses Endō's honorary degree from John Caroll University.

About thirty years ago, it was very popular in American Catholic literary circles, such as they were, to argue about what constituted a Catholic writer. In more enlightened times, this sort of thing has become passé. But now, the emergence of Endô Shûsaku on the stage of world literature gives me cause enough to bring it up once more.

To borrow a phrase from the old Latin Mass, “Dignun et justum est”—it is...

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