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Poster Print of 'To his unspeakable horror...the moonlight reveals the head of Kesa - his love

'To his unspeakable horror...the moonlight reveals the head of Kesa - his love!', 1919

'To his unspeakable horror...the moonlight reveals the head of Kesa - his love!', 1919
'To his unspeakable horror and amazement the moonlight reveals the head of Kesa - his love!', 1919. 'The murderer is seen coming out upon the top of the steps into the moonlight: he carries something covered under his arm. Turning towards the flood of moonlight with a fierce and unholy joy at the thought of gazing on his rival's head, he uncovers what he carries. To his unspeakable horror and amazement the moonlight reveals the head of Kesa - his love - not that of Wataru, whom it was his purpose to kill.

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Poster Print of 'To his unspeakable horror...the moonlight reveals the head of Kesa - his love!', 1919

'To his unspeakable horror and amazement the moonlight reveals the head of Kesa - his love!', 1919. 'The murderer is seen coming out upon the top of the steps into the moonlight: he carries something covered under his arm. Turning towards the flood of moonlight with a fierce and unholy joy at the thought of gazing on his rival's head, he uncovers what he carries. To his unspeakable horror and amazement the moonlight reveals the head of Kesa - his love - not that of Wataru, whom it was his purpose to kill. Unable to believe his eyes, he raises the head by the wet hair once more into the full light of the moon. There is no mistake.' Illustration to "The Tragedy of Kesa Gozen", a story in "Romances of Old Japan", by Madame Yukio Ozaki. [Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd, London, 1919]
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