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Harvard East Asian Monographs 358

Meiji Restoration Losers

Memory and Tokugawa Supporters in Modern Japan

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$21.00 • £16.95 • €19.00

ISBN 9780674251236

Publication Date: 02/09/2021


240 pages

6 x 9 inches

3 illus., 1 map

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  • List of Figures and Map*
  • Introduction: Remembering Losers
  • 1. The Last Bannerman
  • 2. Creating Tokugawa Heroes in Meiji Japan
  • 3. Redeeming Villains
  • 4. Re-creating Restoration Losers in Postwar Japan
  • 5. Oguri and Japan’s New Heroes during the “Lost Decade”
  • Conclusion: Meaningful Landscapes
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • * Figures and Map
    • Figures
      • 1. Memory landscape
      • 2. Oguri’s headstone
      • 3. Oguri’s screw
    • Map: Oguri Tadamasa’s fief villages, Fumon’in, and Edo residence

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