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£13.99

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Published: 11 February 2010

176 Pages | 22 black and white halftones, 6 line illustrations

234x156mm

ISBN: 9780195368086


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Japan in World History

James L. Huffman

New Oxford World History

  • Includes multiple voices and perspectives: women, peasants, novelists and short-story writers, dissenters, officials, business leaders, samurai
  • Each chapter contains 20 to 30 quotations from primary sources, which lend both authority and vitality to the narrative
  • Rooted in the latest scholarship on Japan's history, overturning previously held assumptions
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