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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Birnbaume presented Matsui Sumako, who was famous for being "Japan's first Western-style actress" p.
Sumako portrayed Nora in A Doll's House, a heroine who went from a coddled wife to one who slammed the door shut on her husband and children to find her independence. Sumako portrayed the liberation of woman and critics responded with "this actress's Nora won't be soon forgotten as a first in Japan.
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However, she was also described as lacking femininity, mistreating her lover, and having "temperamental outbursts" pp. The love of the actress's life was Shimamura Hogetsu, an older married mentor. Sumako committed suicide shortly following her lover's death and Birnbaum reported a one-sided romantic account, that Sumako would rather die than live without her beloved, that lacked support and did not include personal observations.
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