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When it comes to Japanese literary heritage, why and how are we able to access it? The shape of what is preserved and available is driven by and in turn dictates the shape of our canon(s). Yet we often do not think of the labor and social networks behind the reprinting and digitizing that allows us to access literature in the first place, whether for pleasure, teaching or scholarship, and what is at stake in reproducing and disseminating literary works. This presentation is an examination ofdoi:10.17613/rspr-1s25 fatcat:o5tauskcirf4tonytws2m44ta4