A History of Japan, 1334-1615

Stanford University Press, 1961 - 442 ページ
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Explains the structure of the feudal society, describes the rise of economic life and tells of the impact of Commodore Perry's arrival in 1853. Bibliographical notes

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The second book in Sansom's History of Japan takes the reader from the succession disputes between the Senior and Junior lines of the royal house, through the revolt of Go-Daigo against the Hojo ... レビュー全文を読む

Review: A History of Japan, 1334-1615 (A History of Japan #2)

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Sansom does a great job of covering this exciting period of Japanese history. Sure, the book's a tad dry, given all the bloodshed, but I really learned the history, culture, politics and religion. レビュー全文を読む


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A History of Japan to 1334 (1958)
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JSTOR: A History of Japan to 1334
Columbia University HENRY L. ROBERTS Far Eastern History A HISTORY OF JAPAN TO 1334. By George Sansom. [Stanford Studies in the Civilizations of. ...
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洋書 東洋関係
A History of Japan to 1334/ 1334-1615/ 1615-1867. Stanford:Stanford Univ.,1958 3 vols illus.index 25.5cm cloth 天地に少汚れ、少鉛筆 #4665, \8000 ...
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Recommended Reading
A History of Japan to 1334 California: Stanford University Press, 1999 [The better of Sansom's works]. Sansom, George. A History of Japan, ...
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George Sansom's "A History of Japan to 1334" might be a one good as well. From what I remember the earliest clans in southern Japan used them. ...
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Japan: A Short Cultural History - Vox
A History of Japan, 1334-1615 George Sansom · A History of Japan to 1334 A History of Japan to 1334 George Sansom · A History of Japan, 1615-1867 ...
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Japan Reading List - Victoria and Albert Museum
Sansom, Sir George, A History of Japan to 1334. Dawson, England, 1978. Sansom, Sir George, A History of Japan 1334-1615. Dawson, England, 1978 ...
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Japanese History | History of Japan :: Japan Visitor
(G. Sansom, A History of Japan to 1334, Tokyo: Tuttle, 1963, p.179). The flowering of literary culture in the period is well represented by the still ...
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Nakatomi clan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A History of Japan to 1334. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 10-ISBN 0-804-70523-2; 13-ISBN 978-0-804-70523-3. This Japanese clan article is a stub. ...
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Nihonshi - what we are reading
A History of Japan to 1334 by George Sansom Book Eight MARCH APRIL 2007 Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan by Herbert Bix POSSIBLE FUTURE READS ...
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著者について (1961)

Born in London in 1883, George B. Sansom went on to serve in the great British diplomatist scholar tradition. As a youngster, he was educated at a lycee in France. Later he attended Giessen and Marburg universities. In the years following 1903, he held various posts in the consular and diplomatic service of Great Britain, from the early 1920s to 1940 serving as a key adviser in the British embassy in Tokyo.During this time, he amassed a great amount of knowledge about Japanese history and culture, and during and after World War II he acted in numerous advisory positions on Pacific affairs. Following the war he became Professor of Japanese studies at Columbia University and from 1949 to 1955 was director of the East Asian Institute. Sansom's dense but attractively written work on the great sweep of Japanese history influenced two generations of readers and students. In particular, his Japan: A Short Cultural History (1931) was the first text of choice for both the generation before and the generation after the war. His grand histories were the first in Western languages to draw heavily on the extensive historical literature in Japanese, and many of the questions he first raised more than a half century ago remain of critical interest today. Sansom's work continues to be of interest for the richness of writing and the quality of insight.