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The Prison Memoirs Of A Japanese Woman

Author : Kaneko Fumiko
ISBN : 9781134901838
Genre : Nature
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Kaneko Fumiko (1903-1926) wrote this memoir while in prison after being convicted of plotting to assassinate the Japanese emperor. Despite an early life of misery, deprivation, and hardship, she grew up to be a strong and independent young woman. When she moved to Tokyo in 1920, she gravitated to left-wing groups and eventually joined with the Korean nihilist Pak Yeol to form a two-person nihilist organization. Two days after the Great Tokyo Earthquake, in a general wave of anti-leftist and anti-Korean hysteria, the authorities arrested the pair and charged them with high treason. Defiant to the end (she hanged herself in prison on July 23, 1926), Kaneko Fumiko wrote this memoir as an indictment of the society that oppressed her, the family that abused and neglected her, and the imperial system that drove her to her death.

Treacherous Women Of Imperial Japan

Author : Helene Bowen Raddeker
ISBN : 9781134696192
Genre : Social Science
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Kanno Suga and Kaneko Fumika were both found guilty on different occasions in 1911 and 1926 of conspiring to assassinate the Japanese emperor. Kanno was executed and Kaneko hanged herself whilst in prison, but both women maintained their defiance of the state even in the face of death. Through examination of their own life stories and writings, Helene Bowen Raddeker brings to life the women's own interpretations of their lives and their attitudes to death, with the associations of political martyrdom, heroism and notions of immortality. She finds that their self-presentations became weapons in an ideological war of words about social and political realities and their deaths were a means of self-empowerment within their historical context.

Reflections On The Way To The Gallows

Author : Mikiso Hane
ISBN : 0520914376
Genre : History
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In this book, for the first time, we can hear the startling, moving voices of adventurous and rebellious Japanese women as they eloquently challenged the social repression of prewar Japan. The extraordinary women whose memoirs, recollections, and essays are presented here constitute a strong current in the history of modern Japanese life from the 1880s to the outbreak of the Pacific War.

Modern Japan

Author : Mikiso Hane
ISBN : UOM:39015050501991
Genre : History
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The books focuses on essential developments in political, intellectual, cultural, economic, and social developments with focus on the status of women, peasants, and minority groups.

A Yankee In Meiji Japan

Author : James L. Huffman
ISBN : UOM:39015056680591
Genre : History
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This unique book portrays the evolution of Meiji Japan through the life of crusading journalist Edward H. House (1836-1901). In chapters that alternate between history and biography, James Huffman, shows how one man bridged continents--shaping American attitudes, influencing Japan's movement toward modernity, and providing a contemporary critique of imperialism. Huffman also captures the human drama of House's life: his early bohemianism, the mystical way Japan drew him, the painful struggle with gout, the joy and torment of adopting a Japanese girl, his fight for women's education, and the vicissitudes of friendship with Mark Twain. Meticulously researched, the book draws on House's voluminous writings and on hundreds of letters between House and major figures in both America and Japan, including Mark Twain, U.S. Grant, John Russell Young, Edmund Clarence Stedman, Okuma Shigenobu, and Inoue Kaoru. With its lively, accessible prose and seamless interweaving of the life of House with the history of the Meiji era, this book will be welcomed by students, scholars, and general readers interested in modern Japanese history and in America's nineteenth-century foreign relations.

Journal Of Women S History

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ISBN : UVA:X006061051
Genre : Women
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Whitaker S Books In Print

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ISBN : UOM:39015043806101
Genre : Bibliography, National
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Pacific Affairs

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ISBN : UCSD:31822020503249
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Asian Thought And Society

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Genre : Southeast Asia
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Japanese Women Emerging From Subservience 1868 1945

Author : Hiroko Tomida
ISBN : UVA:X004898960
Genre : History
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This volume contains some of the most recent findings in the field of Japanese women's history in Japan, Australia, the United States and the UK, and introduces new approaches to studying Japanese women's history.

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