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Chapter 33 of The Cambridge Companion to Sappho examines the reception of Sappho’s poetry in China and Japan, examining figures such as Lord Byron, Liang Qichao, Zhou Zuoren, Luo Luo, Xiaofei Tian, Ozeki Iwaji, Ueda Bin, Algernon Charles Swinburne, Shao Xunmei, Yoshiya Nobuko, and Takayama Chogyu.
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