The fracture of meaning : Japan's synthesis of China from the eighth through the eighteenth centuries /
"From the beginning of its recorded history until the opening to the West in the last century, Japan was caught between a love for and a rejection of Chinese civilization. David Pollack argues that the dialectical relationship between the two countries figured more importantly in the Japanese s...
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