This is a short story by the classic Japanese author Tsuseko Yada. At its core, Rebellion is about human faith and frailty. It also provides insight into how the Japanese might have viewed Christianity in the early 20th century. The story follows Omatsu, her children, and the Christian church that both saves and destroys the fragile family. Please note that this story totals about 5000 words.
- Geoffrey Ivar, June 2011
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