在庫状態 : 在庫有り
translated by Max Res／Viscera Print Goods and Ephemera／A5／24 Pages
Kaneko Fumiko, a Japanese anarchist and nihilist, was arrested with her partner Pak Yol in 1923 and both were charged with plotting to kill the Emperor and Crown Prince. This pamphlet contains three interrogations, including one newly translated by viscera, in which she denounces the imperial system, explains her nihilistic philosophy, and explains her journey from socialist to anarchist.
Kaneko Fumiko (1903-1926) was a Japanese anarchist living at the early part of the 20th century. Born out of wedlock into grinding poverty, she lived her life as an outsider within Japanese society including a stint with unloving and cruel relatives in then-occupied Korea, her experiences inspiring both her rebellion against authority and feelings of solidarity with others on the receiving end of society’s boot. Together with her friend, partner and, before her death, husband Pak Yol, she started underground anarchist societies, published articles against the Japanese state and society, and, perhaps, planned to kill the Emperor Taisho and then-Crown Prince Hirohito with explosives at Hirohito’s wedding.