The Cambridge History of Japan I, II, III, IV, and V

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Brown, Delmer M. – John Whitney Hall. – Marius Jansen, Madoka Kanai, Denis Twitchett et al:

The Cambridge History of Japan. Set of five volumes (of six in all):

Volume 1. Ancient Japan, edited by Delmer Brown – 2. Heian Japan, edited by Donald Shively and William H. McCullough – Vol. 3. Medieval Japan, edited by Kozo Yamamura. – Vol. 4. Early modern Japan, edited by John Whitney Hall and James McClain – Vol. 5. The Nineteenth Century, edited by Marius Jansen.

Cambridge University Press, 1989, 1990,1991, and 1999. 8vo. Five uniform original hardcover with jackets. More than 2500 pages in total. Jacket spines are sunned (see photo) else overall a very good well preserved and clean set.

The Cambridge History of Japan is a the so far most important survey of Japanese history collectiong a collaborative synthesis presenting the current state of knowledge of Japanese history. The series aims to present as full a view of Japanese history as possible. First edition (s). This set has the first five volumes, only the last sixth volume covering the 20th Century is not included here

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The Cambridge History of Japan I, II, III, IV, and V

1.750,00 kr.

Out of stock