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Patriots and Redeemers in Japan Motives in the Meiji Restoration

by George M. Wilson

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  • ISBN: 9780226900926
  • ISBN10: 0226900924

Patriots and Redeemers in Japan Motives in the Meiji Restoration

by George M. Wilson

  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
  • Publish date: 02/01/1992
  • ISBN: 9780226900926
  • ISBN10: 0226900924
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Description: Preface Acknowledgments 1. Prologue: Agency and Structure in the Meiji Restoration The Myth of the Meiji Restoration The Meaning of the Meiji Restoration 2. Time and History in Japan 3. Pax Tokugawa Characterizing Tokugawa Japan The Tokugawa Feudal System Pax Tokugawa: Multistate Balance of Power Levers of Change The Realm as a Normative Concept 4. Plotting the Bakumatsu History: A Fourfold Narrative Motives and Narratives in Writing History A Matrix of Motivational Determinants Reconsidering the History of Motives 5. Pursuing the Millennium in Bakumatsu Japan Apocalypse and Artifice at Liminal Moments Millennial Dreams as Models of Social Action Salvation Sects: Tenrikyo and Konkokyo The Millenarian Conversion of Samurai Nativism 6. What the Hell! Ee ja nai ka Dancing as a Form of Protest Falling Charms and Dancing Parties Paralysis of Central Space Foreign Views of ee ja nai ka Urban ee ja nai ka in Kyoto Rural ee ja nai ka in Harima A Historiographical Question A Revolutionary Situation? Ee ja nail ka the Movie 7. Epilogue: The Crowd in the Meiji Restoration A Funeral in Fujisawa Carnival or Festival? Notes Glossary Bibliography Index
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