Japanese Students At Cambridge University In The Meiji Era, 1868-1912: Pioneers For The Modernization Of Japan (英語) ペーパーバック – 2004/9/28
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This book was first written in Japanese by Noboru Koyama, and published in Tokyo in 1999. It has been translated by Ian Ruxton, and the copyright is held by the author and translator jointly. This fascinating story, centred on the first Japanese graduate of Cambridge (Kikuchi Dairoku), is intimately connected with Japan's modernization (for which read Westernization). It is told here for the first time in English, and should be of interest to all students of the Meiji era in Japan. The book includes nine black & white images, an introduction, a preface, seven appendices and an index.
Noboru Koyama is the head of the Japanese section of the Cambridge University Library. Ian Ruxton is an associate professor of English at Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, Japan.
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As a bonus, because of the data-intensive contents, interesting snippets such as the different reigns and even much of the Japanese Calendar is here. Ultimately, it may not be for you, but you will be impressed by an absolutely staggering start, devoid of over-heavy grammar which accompanies many similar tomes. Very, very well done, Ian Ruxton.
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