In her book, Japanese Army Stragglers and Memories of the War in Japan, 1950-75, Trefalt describes the controversy that met Onoda's bestselling memoir. In one incident, war veterans confronted Onoda at a public launch event, "loudly questioning his account… and accusing him of concocting a pack of lies," she writes. Two years later, the memoir's ghostwriter Ikeda Shin published his own account, titled Fantasy Hero,believing that it was his responsibility to inform the public that he believed Onoda was not a hero, nor a soldier, nor even a brave man. "Onoda was greeted as a hero," Naoko Seriu says, of the breadth of interpretations of his character, "but he was at the same time seen as a victim, and then criticised as the embodiment of militarism." Onoda's reception, she concludes, "was never univocal."
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