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Russian Views of Japan, 1792-1913

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Before Japan was 'opened up' in the 1850s, contact with Russia as well as other western maritime nations was extremely l... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Before Japan was 'opened up' in the 1850s, contact with Russia as well as other western maritime nations was extremely limited. Yet from the early eighteenth century onwards, as a result of their expanding commercial interests in East Asia and the North Pacific, Russians had begun to encounter Japanese and were increasingly eager to establish diplomatic and trading relations with Japan. This book presents rare narratives written by Russians, including official envoys, scholars and, later, tourists, who visited Japan between 1792 and 1913. The introduction and notes set these narratives in the context of the history of Russo-Japanese relations and the genre of European travel writing, showing how the Russian writers combined ethnographic interests with the assertion of Russian and European values, simultaneously inscribing power relations and negotiating cultural difference.

Autorentext

David N. Wells is a senior librarian at Curtin University Library in Perth, Western Australia. He has published widely on Russian Literature, including two books on the poetry of Anna Akhmatova. He is joint editor (with Sandra Wilson) of The Russo-Japanese War in Cultural Perspectives, 1904-05.



Klappentext

Before Japan was 'opened up' in the 1850s, contact with Russia as well as other western maritime nations was extremely limited. Yet from the early eighteenth century onwards, as a result of their expanding commercial interests in East Asia and the North Pacific, Russians had begun to encounter Japanese and were increasingly eager to establish diplomatic and trading relations with Japan. This book presents rare narratives written by Russians, including official envoys, scholars and, later, tourists, who visited Japan between 1792 and 1913. The introduction and notes set these narratives in the context of the history of Russo-Japanese relations and the genre of European travel writing, showing how the Russian writers combined ethnographic interests with the assertion of Russian and European values, simultaneously inscribing power relations and negotiating cultural difference.



Inhalt

1. Journal of Laxman's Embassy to Japan (Ezo, 1792-3) 2. Voyage Round the World (Nagasaki, 1804-5) 3. Narrative of My Captivity in Japan (Ezo, 1811) 4. The Frigate Pallada (Nagasaki, 1853) 5. News from Japan (Edo, 1859) 6. In the East (Hakodate, 1860) 7. Around Asia (Nagasaki, 1880) 8. On the Japanese Railways (Nagoya, 1890) 9. Around the Islands of the Far East (Nagasaki, 1892) 10. Around Korea, Manchuria and the Liaodong Peninsula (Nagasaki, Yokohama, 1898) 11. The Price of Blood (Kyoto, 1905) 12. My First Day in Japan (Gifu, 1913)

Produktinformationen

Titel: Russian Views of Japan, 1792-1913
Untertitel: An Anthology of Travel Writing
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EAN: 9781134432073
ISBN: 978-1-134-43207-3
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Herausgeber: Taylor & Francis
Genre: Ethnologie
Anzahl Seiten: 232
Veröffentlichung: 02.08.2004
Jahr: 2004
Untertitel: Englisch
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