The late social activist Toyohiko Kagawa was on the nominee lists for the Nobel Prize for literature in 1947 and 1948, according to the Nobel Foundation Web site.
Kagawa (1888-1960), a labor activist and poverty relief advocate, was the author of the best-selling autobiographical novel “Shisen wo Koete” (“Crossing the Deadline”).
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