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The Cambridge history of Japan / 4. Early modern Japan.

Author: John Whitney Hall
Publisher: Cambridge [u.a.] : Cambridge Univ. Press, 1997.
Series: The Cambridge history of Japan, / [general ed. John W. Hall ...] ; Vol. 4; The Cambridge history of Japan / [general ed. John W. Hall ...], Vol. 4
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Examining the turbulent period from 1550 to 1800.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Whitney Hall
ISBN: 0521223555 9780521223553
OCLC Number: 174552485
Description: XXVIII, 831 S. : Kt.
Contents: 1. Introduction John Whitney Hall; 2. The sixteenth-century unification Asao Naohiro; 3. The social and economic consequences of unification Wakita Osamu; 4. The bakuhan system John Whitney Hall; 5. The han Harold Bolitho; 6. The inseparable trinity: Japan's relations with China and Korea George Elison; 7. Christianity and the daimyo George Elison; 8. Thought and religion: 1550-1700 Bito Masahide; 9. Politics in the eighteenth century Tsuji Tatsuya; 10. The village and agriculture during the Edo period Furushima Toshio; 11. Commercial change and urban growth in early modern Japan Nakai Nobuhiko and James L. McClain; 12. History and nature in eighteenth-century Tokugawa thought Tetsuo Najita; 13. Tokugawa society: material culture, standard of living, and life-styles Susan B. Hanley; 14. Popular culture Donald B. Shiveley; Glossary; Index.
Series Title: The Cambridge history of Japan, / [general ed. John W. Hall ...] ; Vol. 4; The Cambridge history of Japan / [general ed. John W. Hall ...], Vol. 4
Responsibility: general ed. John W. Hall ...

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