He attended the Gakushuin Peers' School, and went on to graduate from Tokyo Imperial University. Through his school connections, he made the acquaintance of Mushanokoji Saneatsu and Shiga Naoya, and he contributed works to the Shirakaba ("White Birch") literary journal. He is considered a typical spokesman for the humanistic philosophy of the Shirakaba school. Publication of Shirakaba was suspended in 1923 after the Great Kanto Earthquake, but Nagayo and Mushanokoji collaborated to bring out a new literary magazine, Fuji, the same year. As a literary critic for Fuji, Nagayo railed against the proletarian literature movement of the pre-war period. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Nagayo was born in Tokyo, as the 5th son of the famous doctor, Nagayo Sensai.
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