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When reading Anna Sherman’s “The Bells of Old Tokyo,” one may envision themselves standing on a bridge just before sunrise, wrapped in a thick fog. This temporary suspension of place and time is intentional, and Sherman, an editor and former longtime resident of Tokyo, went on a journey of her own while writing it.

“I wrote (‘Bells’) to understand where I was, and the people around me,” she says.

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