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Alternative Narratives in Modern Japanese History
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Acknowledgements;Illustrations;Introduction;1 Goemon's New World View;2 The Japanese Discovery of Japan;3 The Village Elite in the Restoration Drama;4 Everyday Politics in Restoration Period Japan;5 Edo in 1868;6 The United States and Japan's Civil War;7 The Emperor's New Food;8 Political Localism in Meiji Japan;9 Peripheral Visions.

About the Author

M. William Steele is Professor of History at the International Christian University in Tokyo. He has taught there for over 20 years. He has published widely in both English and Japanese on topics relating to Japan's cultural, political and social revolution in the late nineteenth century.

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'This collection will have a natural audience among historians of modern Japan, and Steele's enthusiasm for his subject matter and the great skill with which he privileges the periphery make many of the chapters wonderful additions to the classroom.' - Monumenta Nipponica


'This collection will have a natural audience among historians of modern Japan, and Steele's enthusiasm for his subject matter and the great skill with which he privileges the periphery make many of the chapters wonderful additions to the classroom.' - Monumenta Nipponica

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