For nearly a century, Japanese writers gave voice to the anxieties of a nation headed inexorably toward war. Not just any war, but one that in the minds of many would eventually--and inevitably--take place with Japan's neighbor across the Pacific, the United States.In the wake of U.S. Navy Commodore Matthew C. Perry's first visit to Japan with his Black...
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