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Edward H. House. With an Introduction by James L. Huffman Wittenburg University
First published in Boston in 1881 and rarely available today, Japanese Episodes reveals House as a writer, commentator and observer of things Japanese at his best and was to inspire Lafcadio Hearn in the same pursuit twenty years later.
Brian Burke-Gaffney, Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science
Following the opening of Japan’s ports in 1859, Nagasaki rapidly became one of Japan’s leading industrial centres, which included shipbuilding. It has been largely overshadowed by interest in the Meiji settlements of Kobe and Yokohama. Fully illustrated, the value of the work is reinforced by ...
Edited by David Sneath, University of Cambridge, and Christopher Kaplonski, University of Cambridge
This is the first work in English to bring together significant articles in Mongolian studies in one place, which will be widely welcomed by scholars and researchers in this field.A significant aspect of this work is the emphasis on source materials, including some translated from Mongolian and ...
Ian Nish, London School of Economics
Writers of materials included are generally from the lower rungs of society; they provide an insight into the attitudes of citizens who are often neglected in accounts of the Allied Occupation, providing scholars, researchers, etc. with a valuable new dimension to our understanding of this ...
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