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The Thorn in the Chrysanthemum: Suicide and Economic Success in Modern Japan


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Examines the problem of suicide in Japan, discusses Japanese values, culture, and economic success, and describes the suicides of five prominent authors

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Manufacturer:University of California Press
Publisher:University of California Press
Studio:University of California Press
EAN:9780520056480
Item Size:1 x 9.25 x 9.25 inches
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