2 edition of Bibliography of Japanese historiography (1969-1973) found in the catalog.
Bibliography of Japanese historiography (1969-1973)
Rekishigaku Nihon Kokunai Iinkai.
|Statement||edited by the Japanese National Committee of Historical Sciences.|
|LC Classifications||Z3306 .R44 1976, DS835 .R44 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||79318982|
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It is also the best source of information on Japanese court life in the Heian period (–). From samurai to geisha and feudalism to philosophy, Japan’s history is brimming with intrigue. The following list includes five of the best fictional tales that explore different aspects of that history.
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This is a book in two sections: the first section (most of the book) is a history of Japan through to the postwar period. This section was published as the first edition of the book in The second section, intended to bring the book up to date, was written in by a different author and gives an account of the culture, recent politics Reviews: A Bibliography of books on Japan.
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Japanese words for bibliography include 書誌, ビブリオグラフィー, 書誌学, 参考文献 and 参考書目. Find more Japanese words at. Hamanaka, Noboru, Kuwano Eiji, and Nagashima Hiroki. “Korean History Studies in Japan: The Shigaku Zasshi Historiography Review.” Korean Studies (): Han, Young-woo.
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