Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1988.
Cross-cultural contacts between America and Japan in the nineteenth-century are typified in the stories of three visitors--missionary William Elliot Griffis, scientist Edward S. Morse, and writer Lafeadio Hern.
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