China and Japan in the Russian Imagination, 1685-1922: To the Ends of the Orient

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Throughout the centuries, as Russia strove to build itself into an imperial power equal to those in the West, China and Japan came to occupy a special place in Russians' view of the orient. Never colonised by Russia or the West, China and Japan were linked not only to the greatest of Russian imperial fantasies, but also, conversely, to a deep sense of insecurity regarding Russia's place in the world, a sense of insecurity which deepened as China and Japan began to modernise in the later nineteenth century. Drawing on a wide range of works by Russian writers and thinkers, Lim sets out how Russian perceptions of China and Japan were formed from Muscovy's first contacts with China in the late seventeenth century, through to the aftermath of Russia's defeat by Japan in the early twentieth century.

 

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To the Pacific Ocean
1
Russias first contacts with China and Japan 16851813
17
China in the age of Catherine 176296
42
3 Looking at China thinking of Russia 17901840
59
Russia and East Asia 1850s80s
76
5 From PanMongolism to protoEurasianism 18901900
109
6 Revolution and the yellow peril 1890s1910s
132
The continent of ASSU
170
Notes
179
Bibliography
204
Index
219
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Susanna Soojung Lim is an Assistant Professor in Literature at the University of Oregon, USA.

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