Hiratsuka Raicho and Early Japanese Feminism

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APPENDIX SEVEN
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE
'CONTROVERSY OVER THE
PROTECTION OF MOTHERHOOD'

In chronological order, the publications appeared as follows:

Yosano Akiko, 'Bosei henchō o haisu' ('I refuse to over-emphasise the significance of motherhood'), Taiyō (Sun), (February, 1916).

Hiratsuka Raichō, 'Bosei no shuchō ni tsuite Yosano Akiko-shi ni atau' ('I challenge Yosano Akiko's ideas on motherhood.'), Bunshō Sekai (The World of Writing), (May, 1916).

Yosano Akiko, 'Hiratsuka Haruko-sama' ('Addressed to Hiratsuka Haruko'), Taiyō (Sun), (June, 1916).

Yamada Kakichi, 'Bosei Hogo Dōmei ni tsuite' ('On the Motherhood Protection League in Germany'), Joō (Queen), (August, 1916).

Yosano Akiko, 'Joshi no shokugyōteki dokuritsu o gensoku to seyo' ('Women should make it a rule to obtain economic independence through paid work'), Jogaku Sekai (The World of Women's Learning), (January, 1918).

Yosano Akiko, 'Joshi no tetteishita dokuritsu' ('Women's complete independence'), Fujin Kōron (Women's Review), (March, 1918).

Hiratsuka Raichō, 'Bosei hogo no shuchō wa iraishugi ka' ('Is the request for the protection of motherhood a kind of parasitism?'), Fujin Kōron (Women's Review), (May, 1918).

Yosano Akiko, 'Hiratsuka-san to watashi no ronsō' ('The debate between Hiratsuka and myself'), Taiyō (Sun), (June, 1918).

Hiratsuka Raichō, 'Bosei hogo mondai ni tsuite futatabi Yosano

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