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2006.038.137 Book history of Japan (c. 40 B.C.- A.D. 1167) Early Japanese History (C. 40 B.C. - A.D. 1167): Part A Reischauer, Robert Karl 1967 Peter Smith
2006.038.138 Book History of Chinese Traditions Sources of Chinese Tradition: Volume II De Bary, Wm. Theodore, ed. 1960 Columbia University Press
2006.038.139 Book history and changes in Japan before 1898 Japan Dickson, Walter 1900 Peter Fenelon Collier and Son
2006.038.140 Book history, politics, and ideologies of modern China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam Sources in Modern East Asian History and Politics McNelly, Theodore, ed. 1967 Appleton-Century-Crofts
2006.038.141 Book "arts of the people", description of art using wood, bamboo, paper, straw,shell, lacquers, clay, metal, stone and other materials for daily use. Mingei: Japan's Enduring Folk Arts Saint-Gilles, Amaury 1983 Heian International, Inc.
2006.038.142 Book observations of Japanese Life pre-war Mirror, Sword and Jewel: The Geometry of Japanese Life Singer, Kurt 1981 Kodansha International
2006.038.143 Book ...various literary materials relating to the monestary life. , and objects of worship monk has in the different quarters of his institution Manual of Zen Buddhism Suzuki, Daisetz Teitaro 1960 Grove Press, Inc.
2006.038.144 Book principal events and names in the history of Japan up to the twentieth century. Historical And Geographical Dictionary of Japan Papinot, E. 1976 Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc.
2006.038.145 Book intended towards women which represents and embodies the moral sense of the people in very early 20th century originally written by Kaibara Ekken, the famous moralist of Japan Women and Wisdom of Japan Ekken, Kaibara 1905 John Murray , Albemarle Street
2006.038.146 Book Carpenter's Geographical Reader: Asia Carpenter, Frank G. 1897 American Book Company
2006.038.147 Book wood block print artist Hiroshige his life, works and masterpieces Hiroshige and Japanese Landscapes Noguchi, Yone 1954 Japan Travel Bureau
2006.038.148 Book an wxposition of the rules and theories of the Art of Landscape Gardening in Japan, from ancient to modern time (1893) Landscape Gardening in Japan Conder, Josiah 1893 Kelly & Walsh
2006.038.149 Book Hearns writing of the curious and enchanting in the Japan of some eight or nine decades ago (1904) note: the call # is from the 1905 printing by London; Archibald, Constable and CO. Boston; Houghton Mifflin & Co. The Romance of The Milky Way and Other Studies and Stories Hearn, Lafcadio 1974 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.150 Book part of a three-volume series dealing with the civilizations of Japan, contains source readings that tell us what the japanese have thought about themselves, the world they lived in, and the problems they faced living together. note: the call # is from the 1958 listing Sources of Japanese Tradition Tsunoda, Ryusaku 1959 Columbia University Press
2006.038.151 Book recorded cultural history of Japan looking backward stopping at the year 1868 such as fuedal ethics, village life etc. Japan: A Short Cultural History Sansom, G.B. 1943 D. Appleton-Century Company
2006.038.152 Book in the shape of a dictionary, not of words but of things. a guide book of all things japanese Things Japanese: Being Notes On Various Subjects Connected With Japan For The Use Of Travellers And Others Chamberlain, Basil Hall 1898 Kelly and Walsh, Limited
2006.038.153 Book translation of japanese historical terminology, maps, genealogies, chinese character index, errata, alphabetical index and glossary Early Japanese History (c. 40 B.C.- A.D. 1167): Part B Reischauer, Jean and Robert Karl Reischauer 1967 Peter Smith
2006.038.155 Book starting with the withdrawel of the British in India, to describe Tibetan position and policy at the time. The Dragon in the Land of Snows : A History of Modern Tibet Since 1947 Shakya, Tsering 2000 Penguin Group
2006.038.156 Book authors arrival in china in 1980 after Mao's death. arrived to see ruins of " utterly failed experiment of socialism and of the old culture that had methodically, systematically destroyed in the process."realized how hard for a foreigner to immerse oneself in culture. Behind The Forbidden Door: Travels in Unknown China Terzani, Tiziano 1986 Henry Holt And Company
2006.038.157 Book impact on the maintenance of culutural traditions and identity, stability of family unit by the effects of racism, pressures of conformity and suppression of individual form internment camps, and other social bigotry and modern american society Asian-Americans: Psychological Perspectives Sue, Stanley, ed. 1973 Science and Behavior Books, Inc.
2006.038.158 Book based upon an historical event, the apostasy of the seventeenth century Portuguese Jesuit this book is Endos fictionalized version. The Sea and the Poison Endo, Shusaku; MIchael Gallagher, trans. 1992 New Directions Publishing Corporation
2006.038.159 Book Growing Up Asian American is the first anthology of its kind and fills a void in the American cultural library. Editor Maria Hong has selected thirty-two classic stories and essays by some of American's most respected and loved authors as well as compelling and touching works from new and lesser-known writers. Growing Up Asian American: An Anthology Hong, Maria, ed. 1993 William Morrow and Company, Inc.
2006.038.160 Book collection of stories about immigrants from authors perspective of japanese american farm life Songs My Mother Taught Me: Stories, Plays, And Memoir Yamauchi, Wakako 1994 The Feminist Press at The City University of New York
2006.038.161 Book the formation and transformation of japanese-americans from 1880's to third generations effected by internment, american society and pressures Japanese Americans: The Formation and Transformations of an Ethnic Group Spickard, Paul R. 1996 Twayne Publishers
2006.038.162 Book essays from social, psychological, or historical perspective on hate crimes. Anti-Asian Violence in North America: Asian American and Asian Canadian Reflections on Hate, Healing, and Resistance Hall, Patricia Wong and Victor M. Hwang 2001 Altamira press, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
2006.038.163 Book What is the difference between an "Oriental" and an "Asian American"? In this fascinating study, Henry Yu explains how Chinese Americans and Japanese Americans came to be lumped together as "Orientals" in the United States, and how this eventually led to their understanding of themselves as Asian Americans ... this book builds on Orientalism, Edward Said's famous study that showed how the notion of a mythical Orient was used to justify and implement European and American colonialism. Yu uses poignant vignettes to illustrate the difficult and often ironic positions of intellectuals of color, providing a glimpse into the W.E.B. DuBois called the "double consciousness" of racial minorities in the United States. He goes on to discuss how cultural theory has become confused with anti-racism, and how a color-blind denial of race has failed to free us from racism. Thinking Orientals: Migration, Contact, and Exoticism in Modern America Yu, Henry 2001 Oxford University Press
2006.038.164 Book stories and memoirs of american women such as cultural differences, relationships and ordianary life in their journeys An Inn Near Kyoto Writing by American Women Abroad Coskran, Kathleen and C.W. Truesdale, eds 1998 New Rivers Press
2006.038.165 Book perspective on contemporary japanese womens lives from japanese women, images, roles in culture, history and social expectations Re-Imaging Japanese Women Imamura, Anne E., ed. 1996 University of California Press
2006.038.166 Book introduction to the patterns of behavior, thinking, and problem solving peculiar to japanese women as well as a better understanding of japanese society and Japanese as a whole. The Japanese Woman: Traditional Image and Changing Reality Iwao, Sumiko 1994 Harvard University Press
2006.038.167 Book brings attributes to the fore as reid examines why Japan, China, Taiwan, and other East Asian contries enjoy the low crime rates, stable families, excellent education, and civil harmony that remain elusive in the west Confucius Lives Next Door: What Living in the East Teaches Us About Living in the West Reid, T.R. 1999 Random House
2006.038.168 Journal Volume 56, No. 3, August 1997 The Journal of Asian Studies The Association For Asian Studies, Inc.
2006.038.169 Book fictional story of Bernadette Root. and her return to her family on the Kadena Air Base in Okinawa Japan. Recalls family's past and sometimes painful memorys, and the deep feeling for the familys former japanese maid fumiko. The Yokota Officers Club Bird, Sarah 2002 Ballantine Books
2006.038.170 Book evokes the immediacy of daily experience in Meiji, Japan, charting common stages of acculturation of three Americans- missionary William Elliot Griffis, Scientist Edward S. Morse, Writer Lafcadio Hearn. narrates words of the present and past of historical reality. also highlights challenges that Japan issues to American culture, morals, manners, and aesthetics in this century and in last. Mirror in the Shrine: American Encounters with Meiji Japan Rosenstone, Robert A. 1988 Harvard University Press
2006.038.171 Book traces the journey of early Asian Immigrants to Seattle. describes their early settlements, and chronicles the evolution of the International District from its early times to the present. internal, external conflicts, government policies, events and people that shaped the Districts. Seattle's International District: The Making of a Pan-Asian American Community Chin, Doug 2001 International Examiner Press
2006.038.172 Book Discusses the lives of some Asian Americans primarily known for their writing, including Amy Tan, David Henry Kwang, Dharati Mukherjee, Jessica Hagedorn, and Laurence Yep. Lives of Notable Asian Americans: Literature and Education Chiu, Christina 1996 Chelsea House Publishers
2006.038.173 Book The secret life of a Japanese-American pharmacist in a small town in New York. On the surface a model of propriety and serenity, he is torn by memories of his service in the Japanese army in World War II and the comfort woman he loved and could not save. A Gesture Life Lee, Chang-rae 1999 Penguin Books
2006.038.174 Book covers yukichi's life of sixty-six years from 1835-1901. he is acknowledged to have been the leading educator of the new japan, a philosopher and a schoolmaster. book starts with his childhood. book origianlly published in 1899. unable to find any listing for the 1968 printing found only for the 2001 printing and all lcc info unavailable for call # The Autobiography of Yukichi Fukuzawa Fukuzawa, Yukichi 1968 Columbia University Press
2006.038.175 Book portrays Tokugawa society as it actually lived, instead of as it was portrayed in moralization tracts and governmental ordinances. depeicts the life of a man born into a family with the heredity privelege of audience with the shogun, yet he shamelessly consorted with the rifraff of Edo, ran a protection racket, lied, cheated and stole. Musui's Story: The Autobiography of a Tokugawa Samurai Kokichi, Katsu 1988 The University of Arizona Press
2006.038.176 Book authors humble attempt to educate westerners history of the differntiation of classes, political from religious law, influence on customs. regulative and cooperative conditions in the development of industry , history of ethics and aesthetics. and present cultural policy. Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation Hearn, Lafcadio 1904 The Macmillan Company
2006.038.177 Book japanese translation of I have a Dream speech by Martin luther king. taken from Lillie pattersons Martin Luther King, Jr.- Man of Peace written in 1969. this small book is from the Sanyusha New English Course collection. i used the call nmbr from the complete book by author Lillie Patterson (taken out. ja) I Have a Dream King, Jr., Martiin Luther; Lillie Patterson, trans. 1969 Sanyusha Pub. Co., Ltd.
2006.038.178 Book nobel prize winning novel. originally published in japanese as Yukiguni. call # is from 1956 edition. the hot springs is the locale of Snow country which has a peculiarly japanese significance. portrait of a country geisha. at a hot-springs resort seen through the eyes of a wealthy sensualist. a story of the possibility of love in an earthly paradise. Snow Country Kawabata, Yasunari 1972 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.179 Book collection of translated japanese haiku from well known collections of peter beilenson press and pen. a book found of tenderness, irony, exuberance, and vision Haiku Harvest: Japanese Haiku, Series IV Beilenson, Peter, trans. 1962 The Peter Pauper Press
2006.038.180 Book this book is more so in book pamphlet form. with no publishing date information. it tells of chinese history from ancient to Dr. Sun Yat-sen to an independent, free, and stable china. with a timeline of China and the World Chinese History Chen, Chih-ping 1963 China Publishing Company
2006.038.181 Book aka the story of the forty-sixc or forty-seven ronin. the most famous and perennially popular of all japanese dramas. written around 1748 as a puppet play it is now better known in Kabuki performances. Translater Donald Keene presents a complete translation of the origianl text. Chushingura (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers): A Puppet Play Takeda, Izumo 1971 Columbia University Press
2006.038.182 Book Romaji Diary, recorded from April to June of 1909, and Sad Toys, a collection of autobiograhical tanka poems, portray the struggle of this famous poet throught the cultural upheavals of Meiji-era Japan Romaji Diary and Sad Toys Ishikawa, Takuboku 2000 Tuttle Publishing
2006.038.183 Book written by a evangical religious professor on the rural japan on rural reconstruction. and his belief that building a church in rural japan would greatly benefit the population The Other Half of Japan (A Rural Perspective) Clark, Edward M. 1934 The Evangelical Press
2006.038.184 Book first published in New York in 1841based on first hand observations of Dr. Philpp Franz von Siebold of the Dutch trading port Deshima in the years 1823-29, as well as on Spanish, Portuguese, German, and English records of early Japan, provides us with a picture of what Japan was like in the closing years of its feudal period. Manners and Customs of the Japanese in the Nineteenth Century: From the Accounts of Dutch Residents in Japan Franz von Siebold, Philipp 1973 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.185 Book origianally written in Japanese, draws on the authors experience in Japan over thirty years. from the ritualised world of Kabuki, his initiation into Tokyo's boardrooms and exposes the environmental and cultural destruction that is the other face of contemporary Japan Lost Japan Kerr, Alex 1996 Lonely Planet Publications
2006.038.186 Book Twelve-year-old Ben Uchida keeps a journal of his experiences as a prisoner in a Japanese internment camp in Mirror Lake, California, during World War II. The Journal of Ben Uchida: Citizen 13559 Mirror Lake Internment Camp Denenburg, Barry 1999 Scholastic Inc.
2006.038.187 Book author narrates us through the poet Matsuo Basho's On The Narrow Road. and also gives us authobiographical information of the poet and of the history of the japan the basho lived in On the Narrow Road: Journey into a Lost Japan Downer, Lesley 1989 Summit Books
2006.038.188 Book summarized history of japan from the Divine Ages to the Showa period. with appendix. A Short History Of Japan Clement, Ernest Wilson 1939 Kyo Bun Kwan Christian Literary Society
2006.038.189 Booklet An Account of Locke: Its Chinese and Dai Loy Gambling Hall Harvie, Jean 1980 Sacramento River Delta Historical Society
2006.038.190 Album Photo Album Book A book of photographs of Japanese immigrants to Washington state from Hiroshima prefecture. It was produced by the Hiroshima Kenjin-kai. It has a blue cover with a gold torii gate and writings in orange and white in Japanese. The contents are in Japanese with some addresses also in English. It has string binding, opens left to right. Hiroshima Kenjinkai Businesses in Washington 1920/ /
2006.038.212 Book Minidoka Internment Camp Hunt High School Yearbook Memoirs 1945 1945/ /
2006.038.213 Book Minidoka Internment Camp Hunt High School Yearbook Memoirs 1944 1944/ /
2006.038.214 Book Minidoka Internment Camp memorial publication (3) copies Minidoka Interlude 1943/ /
2006.038.215 Book Japanese American history of Issei Christians Issei Christians: Selected Interviews from the Issei Oral History Project Laing, Michiyo, Carl Laing, Asako Tokuno, and Stanly Umeda 1977 Issei Oral History Project
2006.038.216 Magazine Post war magazine for New Formosans in English Formosan Magazine, the 1946/ / Formosan Magazine Press
2006.038.217 Magazine Japanese current event magazine Japan Times Weekly: A Comprehensive Survey of Current Events and National Activities. Japan Times and Mail
2006.038.218 Book
2006.038.219 Book examines ancient religions and philosophies of the chinese people , examines family life, mental health. the society as a whole in historical and candid way. also appreciates the arts, cooking, and sciences. The Heart of the Dragon Clayre, Alasdair 1985 Houghton Mifflin Company
2006.038.220 Book new japanese painting and sculpture is the largest exhibition of contemporary japanese art so far presented in the united states(1986). The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture Miller, Dorothy C. and William S. Lieberman 1966 Doubleday & Co., Inc
2006.038.221 Book brief, objective, graphic and relatively precise form essential facts concerning the growth and distribution of minority races in the city of Seattle Growth and Distribution of Minority Races in Seattle, Washington Schmid, Calvin F. and Wayne W. McVey, Jr. 1964 Seattle Public Schools
2006.038.222 Book detailed analysis of essential facts concerning the growth, distribution, and changes in the characteristics of nonwhite racial groups in the state of Washington from 1870-1960 Nonwhite Races: State of Washington Schmid, Calvin F., Charles E. Nobbe, and Arlene E. Mitchell 1968 Washingtion State Planning and Community Affairs Agency
2006.038.223 Book essays on asian americans in labor, society, crime, and movement Asian Resources: A Journal of Asian Studies University of Washington 1974 Randy La Vigne, Asian Resources
2006.038.224 Book description and photo collection of ch'ing dynasy pieces. also a sysematic introduction to the art of jade-carving. The Jade-Carving Art in The Ch'ing Dynasty Lin, Shwu-shin 1990 National Musuem of History
2006.038.225 Book essence of Taoism , which have for 2,500 years provided one of the major underlying influences in chinese thought and culture, Tao Te Ching Lao Tsu 1972 Random House
2006.038.226 Book translation are of famous scenes or acts in plays that are infrequently played in their full-length versions. The Art of Kabuki: Famous Plays in Performance Leiter, Samuel L., trans. 1979 University of California Press
2006.038.227 Book japanese mythology, in all aspects, such as animals, shinto, and ghost stories Japanese Mythology Piggott, Juliet 1969 Paul Hamlyn
2006.038.228 Book Asiatic Mythology: A Detailed Description and Explanation of the Mythologies of All the Great Nations of Asia Hackin, J, et. al. 1963 Thomas Y. Crowell Company
2006.038.229 Book tells of the ancestry, childhood, and youth of confucius. as a moral leader, official postitions Confucius: His Life and Work Koehn, Alfred 1945 Lotus Court Publications
2006.038.230 Book outlines and expanded concept of man, for a creative awareness of one's psychic sources througha comprehensive system of thought and experiential techniques. The Tantric Way: Art, Science, Ritual Mookerjee, Ajit and Madhu Khanna 1977 New York Graphic Society
2006.038.231 Book Largely unexamined until recently, the Asian American Movement has been active for more than two decades. William Wei traces to the late 1960s the initial genesis of an Asian American identity, culture, and activism through which members of this pan-Asian group could assert their right to belong to and be respected as responsible members of this society. The Asian American Movement Wei, William 1993 Temple University Press
2006.038.232 Book japanase americans from 1924-1949. traces the emergence of a dynamic Nisei subculture. Growing Up Nisei: Race, Generation, and Culture among Japanese Americans of California, 1924-49 Yoo, David K. 2000 University of Illinois Press
2006.038.233 Book events that led up to the unprecedented wholesale evacuation, concentration camps how the nisei fought to avert it, life in camps, fighting in war, Nisei: The Quiet Americans Hosokawa, Bill 1969 William Morrow and Company, Inc.
2006.038.234 Book with use of archival photographs and narrative, brings to light seattles history in the tradition of seattle women to organize. Seattle Women: A Legacy of Community Development - A Pictorial History 1851-1920 Andrews, Mildred 1984 YWCA of Seattle-King County
2006.038.235 Book americans of japanese ancestry who served secretly in the pacific, wielding a weapon unique to war LANGUAGE Yankee Samurai: The Secret Role of Nisei in America's Pacific Victory Harrington, Joseph D. 1979 Pettigrew Enterprises, Inc.
2006.038.236 Book takes place in third century of a chinese emperor The Chinese Emperor Levi, Jean 1987 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
2006.038.237 Book This is a collection of essays by Chinese Americans who returned to China. Going Back Chan, Marcia Jean and Candice Cynda Chan 1973
2006.038.238 Book " to depict various aspects of Japan's social life in her cities during this period of transition" transition since Japan's defeat in the Pacific War Japan, Yesterday and Today: Sketches and Essays on Japanese City Life Uenoda, Setsuo 1951 Tokyo News Service, Ltd.
2006.038.239 Book tells the story of Bankei Yotaku beginning in 1633 and progresses through his years of Shugyo-an, "practice hermitage" to his days as a teacher. more for the common people he was than that of traditional aristocratic styles by his contemoporaries. The Unborn: The Life and Teachings of Zen Master Bankei, 1622-1693 Waddell, Norman, trans. 2000 North Point Press
2006.038.240 Book a brief insight into buddhism, the idol, ethics, meditation, wisdom and teachings, and short history Introducing Buddhism Pauling, Chris 1997 Windhorse Publications
2006.038.241 Book about examining and exploring the most basic questions in life. fundamental teachings from a contemporary man. Buddhism: Plain and Simple Hagen, Steve 1999 Broadway Books
2006.038.242 Book "reveal through its poetry, the depth an range of Zen Experienc"...also included is haiku and Shinkichi Takahshi. Zen Poetry: Let the Spring Breeze Enter Stryk, Lucien and Takashi Ikemoto, trans. and eds 1995 Grove Press
2006.038.243 Book first published in 1938. the connection between a strong "religious" belief and how this effects military, nature, cultural traditions such as the art of tea. history and culture. Zen and Japanese Culture Suzuki, Daisetz T. 1993 Princeton University Press
2006.038.244 Book note call nmbr is from publisher Secker and Warburg in London publ. 1976. call # from grove press not available. ...... covers middle period when Japanese literature began to reach a greater audience. broken down into the two main pre-modern, 1600 to 1770. and 1770 to 1867 with poetry , fiction, and drama. World Within Walls: Japanese Literature of the Pre-Modern Era 1600-1867 Keene, Donald 1978 Grove Press
2006.038.245 Book the body of work was originally published as four booklets in 1987 by the Buddhist Society, London. provides a study of the primary tenets of Buddhism. directed to those seeking to learn the foundations of Buddhist ideas in a straightforward manner. Fundamentals of Mainstream Buddhism Cheetham, Eric 1994 Charles E. Tuttle Co., Inc.
2006.038.246 Book new translations of Chinese poetry written in classical meters from the earliest time to mid-twentieth century Sunflower Splendor: Three Thousand Years of Chinese Poetry Liu, Wu-chi, ed. 1975 Indiana University Press
2006.038.247 Book traces the Buddha's life slowly and gently over the course of 80 years partly through the eyes of Svasti, the buffalo boy, and partly through the eyes of the Buddha himself Old Path White Clouds: Walking in the Footsteps of the Buddha Nhat Hahn, Thich 1991 Parallax Press
2006.038.248 Book "an attempt to clarify and illustrate some of the ideas that from the foundation for wabi sabi art. Wabi Sabi: The Japanese Art of Impermanence Juniper, Andrew 2003 Tuttle Publishing
2006.038.249 Book collection of pre-modern japanese diaries. ranging from objective to confessional. offers unparalleled glimpses into the lives and worlds of imperial courts, Buddhist monasteries, country inns, and merchants houses. Travelers of a Hundred Ages Keene, Donald 1999 Columbia University Press
2006.038.250 Book overview of the history of Buddhism as a basis for further study. A Concise History of Buddhism Skilton, Andrew 2000 Barnes & Noble Books
2006.038.251 Book from the origins of Buddhism to the immediate past. through Buddhism's growth and spread in Asia to the personalities that opened it to the west and those that brought it to America. How the Swans Came to the Lake: A Narrative History of Buddhism in America Fields, Rick 1992 Shambhala
2006.038.252 Book Anthology and attempts to sort out fact from myth, essnce from cultural accident, to reveal the fundamental ideals and teachings of Buddhism A Guide to the Buddhist Path Sangharakshita 1996 Windhorse Publications
2006.038.253 Book author reveals the profound spiritual lessons hidden in one of America's most beloved movies The Zen of Oz: Ten Spiritual Lessons from Over the Rainbow Green, Joey 1998 Renaissance Books
2006.038.254 Book author offers a perceptive and engaging portrait of the communities, institutions, practices, and individuals that are integral to contemporary American Buddhism Buddhism in America Seager, Richard Hughes 1999 Columbia University Press
2006.038.255 Book covers the whole period in question and gives and interesting survey of the history of buddhism Buddhism: Its Origin and Spread in Words, Maps and Pictures Zurcher, E. 1962/ ST. Martin's Press
2006.038.256 Book 2,500-year-old tradition of Buddhism are reflected in this collection of writings intended as a primer for newcomers to the subject as well as a reference for those familiar with buddhism Entering the Stream: An Introduction to the Buddha and His Teachings Bercholz, Samuel, ed. 1993 Shambhala Publications
2006.038.257 Book Note: book originally published Entering the Stream. which the museum has. also above call nmbr is from 2003 publication reveals " the way of the Buddha" through thirty-three original adn accessible translations An Introduction to the Buddha and His Teachings Bercholz, Samuel, ed. 1997 Barnes and Noble
2006.038.258 Book one hundred years after Lafcadio Hearn's death he still remains of the best known westerners ever to make Japan home. Donald Richie shows that Hearn was first and foremost a reliable observer. Part One. The Land chronicles Hearns early years when he wrote primarily about the appearance of his new land. Part Two the people records the authors later years when he came to tems with the Japanese people themselves Lafcadio Hearn's Japan: An Anthology of His Writings on the Country and Its People Richie, Donald, ed. 1997 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.259 Book beginning in 1980 author travels to Japan which was to be the first of four journeys. tells stories, observes the people and culture, esp. Japanese women and their role in family and customs 36 Views of Mount Fuji: On Finding Myself in Japan Davidson, Cathy N. 1994 Plume
2006.038.260 Book comprehensive dictionary of the Buddhist Religion, providing a detailed introduction to the history, doctrine and practice of the Buddhist Faith in more than two hundred entries. A Dictionary of Buddhism 1972 Charles Scribner's Sons
2006.038.261 Book traces the course of Buddhism, from its earliest days in ancient India to its place in Western society today The Vision of the Buddha Lowenstein, Tom 1996 Little, Brown and Company
2006.038.262 Book based on authors lectures throughout the united states. presents authentic teachings of the Buddha and the path of Buddhist meditation according to the Kagyu Lineage of Tibet. Buddha in the Palm of Your Hand Tendzin, Osel 1982 Shambhala
2006.038.263 Book sketches designed to bring into some relief the personalities of five illustrious foreigners whose fortunes touched at certain critical moments the story of Japan. also show influence of these men upon the history of the Far East in general and Japan in particular. Five Foreigners in Japan Gowen, Herbert H. 1936 Fleming H. Revell Company
2006.038.264 Book exploration of the nature and practice of Zen. answers questions and explodes the myths that commonly surround this ancient spiritual practice. Zen Reflections Allen, Robert 2002 Michael Friedman Publishing Group, Inc
2006.038.265 Book collection of lectures that reveal the insight, humor, and intimacy with Zen that made Suzuki Roshi so influential as a teacher Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness: Zen Talks on the Sandokai Suzuki, Shunryu 1999 University of California Press
2006.038.266 Book "product of experiences through the years. Sixty-two questions which the pamphlet answers are intended to give a rounded picture of manchuria today. Answering Questions on Manchuria 1937 South Manchuria Railway Co. 1937 The Herald Press
2006.038.267 Book customs and traditions. from mt.Fuji to the chirping notes of Suzumushi, the caged insect Exotics and Retrospectives Hearn, Lafcadio 1971 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.268 Book most have been taken from old japanese books. some of the stories have chinese origin. Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things Hearn, Lafcadio 1968 Dover Publications, Inc.
2006.038.269 Book includes legends. old cultural beliefs, ghost stories and fairy tales Tales and Essays from Old Japan Hearn, Lafcadio 1956 Henry Regnery Company
2006.038.270 Book studies of japan in modernization changes in culture and society "Out of the East" Reveries and Studies In New Japan Hearn, Lafcadio 1923 Houghton Mifflin Company
2006.038.271 Book portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on the folk level. examines the organic relationship between the Japanese social structure. the family and kinship system, village and community organization and folk religion Folk Religion in Japan: Continuity and Change Hori, Ichiro 1974 University of Chicago Press
2006.038.272 Book collection of key documents concerned with international relations in the far east during the period from the Sino-Japananese WAr of 1894-95. to the Japan-United States Security Treaty of1960 Conflict and Tension in the Far East: Key Documents 1894-1960 Maki, John M. 1961 University of Washington Press
2006.038.273 Book A novel of the Japanese American, adrift in his own country, fighting his own private war of conflicting loyalties. No-No Boy Okada, John 1957/ / Charles E. Tuttle
2006.038.274 Book Government's final report on the evacuation of persons of Japanese descent from the west coast of the US by the US Army in 1942. Final Report: Japanese Evacuation From the West Coast 1942 1943/ / United States Government Printing Office
2006.038.275 Book Book of 300 explanations of Tanka Tanka Sanbyaku Ko Yosano Akiko 1916/ /
2006.038.276 Book with the opening of the east of Japan, Korea, China from 1919 one must now look at the policy held by the United states in its invlolvement with said countrys and its conflicts with the country as a whole and its peole in the east and in the united states The Oriental Policy of the United States Chung, Henry 1919 Fleming H. Revell Company
2006.038.277 Book catalogue from the Gum San/Gold Mountain exhibit by the Vancouver Art Gallery. "as a means of exploring the role of photography in reinforcing or breaking down stereotypical notions of people who are exotic in themselves". exhibit of chinese-canadian history and people GumSan/Gold Mountain: Images of Gold Mountain 1886-1947 Vancouver Art Gallery 1985 Vancouver Art Gallery
2006.038.278 Book Note: call # from 1982 printing. 1990 printing NA in Library of congress....... "story of etsuko, a Japanese woman now living alone in england. dwelling on the recent suicide of her eldest daughter. she relives scenes of Japan's devastation in the wake of World War II " while contemplating her own life past and present. fiction A Pale View Of Hills Ishiguro, Kazuo 1990 Vintage Books
2006.038.279 Book Fiction. story of Ryder, renowned pianist who arrives in Europe in a city he cannot identify and to give a concert he cannot remember agreeing to give. through the days before the concert he meets many people who know much about him. mystery, and self awareness The Unconsoled Ishiguro, Kazuo 1995 Alfred A. Knopf
2006.038.280 Book over 150 selected objects of catalogue study from the Powers collection. Traditions of Japanese Art: Selections from the Kimiko and John Powers Collection Rosenfield, John M. and Shujiro Shimada 1970 Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University
2006.038.281 Book detailed first observations of the peoples lives in and around the Inland Sea, and includes the extraordinary episode of the Russo-Japanese war. The Japan Diaries of Richard Gordon Smith Manthorpe, Victoria, ed. 1986 Viking/Penguin Books Ltd.
2006.038.282 Book Four Volumes: Volume 1: The Pre-Historic Period, The Asuka and Hakuho Periods, the Nara Period; Volume 2: the Early Heian Period, The Kamakura Period; Volume 3: The Muromachi Period, The Early Edo Period; Volume 4: The Late Edo Period, the Post - War Period A Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Oriental Arts: Japan Shoten, Kadokawa, ed. 1969 Crown Publishers
2006.038.283 Book describes the Japanese seasons as a part of Japanese way of life. presents in the foods, fauna, and flora, festivals, activities and crafts for each season. A Japanese Touch for the Seasons Ekiguchi, Kunio 1987 Kodansha International
2006.038.284 Book Note: call # for vol. I from 1946 publishing. vol. 2 published in 1946 vol 1 - descriptions of many of the customs, manners, ceremonies, festivals, arts, and crafts of the Japanese besides numerous other subjects vol 2 - descriptions of the characterics, history, legendry, tradition, drama, images, shrines, temples, customs, manners, besdies numerous other subjects We Japanese Garis, Frederic De 1947 Fujiya Hotel, Ltd.
2006.038.285 Book "brief descriptions of noteworthy phases of Japanese Life, of many of the customs, festivals, arts and crafts of the Japanese. also descriptions of the principal places usually visited by tourists, besides places away from well-trodden trails, and numerous other subjects. Their Japan Garis, Frederic De 1936 Yoshikawa
2006.038.286 Book "an alphabetical compendium of antique legends and beliefs, as reflected in the manners and customs of the chinese Outlines of Chinese Symbolism and Art Motives Williams, C.A.S. 1976 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.287 Book Fiction: Set in San Francisco's Chinatown of family secrets. and the lost bones of a "paper father" oldest daughter Leila tells the story of Mah working as a seamstress in a garment shop tells of Ona who commits suicide and Nina who escaped New York as a flight attendant. story of struggle and survial of three women. Bone Ng, Fae Myenne 1993 Hyperion
2006.038.288 Book pictorial and essay. deals much with china with the typical problem of underdeveloped (1951) land and communism. but lends us images of many lands in economic and agrigultural turmoil and the sufferrings of its people. The Only War We Seek Goodfriend, Arthur 1951 Farrar, Straus and Young
2006.038.289 Book photo history of Japanese Americans in the Seattle Area from 1912 to 1988. a look at the Nikkei experience in Seattle and nearby areas during three common points of reference. Before the War, The WAr, After the WAR Coming Home Mochizuki, Ken, ed. 1988 Japanese American Citizens League
2006.038.290 Book beginning with the signing of the US constitution in 1787 introducing the naturalization laws. tracing the immigration of Japanese to US, internment, World War II to present. the US role in violating constitutional rights. Americans of Japanese Ancestry and the United States Constitiution 1787-1987 Uyeda, Clifford I., ed. 1987 National Japanese American Historical Society
2006.038.291 Book violations of constitutional rights against the Japanese americans from first immigrant to present. Due Process: Americans of Japanese Ancestry and the United States Constitution, 1787-1994 Uyeda, Clifford I., ed. 1995 National Japanese American Historical Society
2006.038.292 Book Note: call# from 1894 publishing. by Houghton Mifflin and Company. hearn explores the "unfamiliar" parts of Japan such as Jizo, Enoshima, Bon-Odori and more Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan (second series) Hearn, Lafcadio 1910 Bernhard Tauchnitz
2006.038.293 Film fold out presentation of fuji color slides of farming hamlets in japan: tea plantation, harvesting wheat, transplanting rice-seedlings, upland farm, apple orchard, farm households, rice harvesting, rice crop, fireside circle of a farmers household, meeting. note: some slides are missing. available slides, #1, #5, #10, #7, #8, #9 Japan in Color: Farming Hamlets of Japan: Fuji color slide distributed by Fujicolor Photo Company 1957 Fujicolor Photo Co., Ltd.
2006.038.294 Book note: the call # for 1958 printing by Kenkyusha, Tokyo. call # for 1954 printing NA. hearn tells more on japan with stories and the folklore and even tells of fireflys.he puts quite a variety of tellings in this book with songs and more. A Japanese Miscellany: Strange Stories, Folklore Gleanings, Studies Here and There Hearn, Lafcadio 1954 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.295 Book presented in Japanese and English. a collection of one hundred poems from old Japan during the Kamakura era. One Hundred Poems from One Hundred Poets: Being a Translation of yhe Ogura Hyaku-nin-isshiu Honda, H.H. 1957 The Hokuseido Press
2006.038.296 Book most japanese immigrants came to the united states during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. at a time of great industrial and economic expansion in America. deals with the chinese and Japanese development of the west America-Bound: The Japanese and the Opening of the American West Hisashi, Tsurutani 1989 The Japan Times
2006.038.297 Book history of korean art. from (346-675 A.D.), (676-935 A.D.), (936-1391 A.D.), (1392-1910 A.D.) also stone age and ancient art. includes color plates and general history A Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Oriental Arts: Korea Shoten, Kadokawa, ed. 1969 Crown Publishers
2006.038.298 Book 180 full page, full color, and 336 monochrome illustrations of the yin, chou, warring states periods and the six dynasties on vol. i. vol. II the sui, t'ang periods, the Ming and ch'ing periods A Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Oriental Arts: China Shoten, Kadokawa, ed. 1969 Crown Publishers
2006.038.299 Book Wang Yang-Ming: Idealist Philosopher of Sixteenth Century China Chang, Carsun 1962 St. John's University Press
2006.038.304 Article Seattle Asian American community in 1970 Color Me Real Houston, Darrell 1970 Cascades: Magazine of Pacific Northwest Bell
2006.038.305 Article Take over of Chong Wa leadership by younger generation. Quiet Revolution that Shook Up Chinatown Schear, Rillmond 1964 Seattle Magazine
2006.038.306 Article INSTITUTIONALIZED RACISM Asian-American Viewpoints Rideout, Chris 1975
2006.038.307 Newsletter Vol. XVII, No. 7 Vol. XX, No. 1,2,3,4,7 Vol. XXII, No. 2, 3,4,6,8,10 Vol. XXIII, No. 2,3,5,7,9,10,11 Vol. XXIV, No. 3,4,5,8 Vol. XXV, No. 1,4,5,6,8 Nisei Veterans Newsletter
2006.038.308 Newspaper We started a revolutionary newspaper called New Dawn which featured articles about Third World liberation struggles and local community issues. All these activities were aimed at promoting revolutionary education and connecting all the struggles internationally with the Japanese American community. New Dawn: Asian American Newsmonthly J-Town Collective
2006.038.310 Book brief history of japan up to 1921. a book with a likeness to Lafcadio Hearn's books on Japan, but author also contradicts some of the current at time authors observations of Japanese culture and womens roles. talks of culture, religion, city life, agriculture, traditions, etc. Mysterious Japan Street, Julian 1921 Doubleday, Page & Company
2006.038.311 Book observation on the chinese existence, ancestor worship, patriarchal authority, subjection of women, decline of militancy, ascendancy of scholars. The Changing Chinese: The Conflict of Oriental And Western Cultures In China Ross, Edward Alsworth 1912 The Century Co.
2006.038.312 Book " shows how zen ideas have influenced Japanese art and Poetry Zen in Japanese Art: A Way of Spiritual Experience Hasumi, Toshimitsu 1962 Philosophical Library, Inc.
2006.038.313 Book fold out book. hand colored pictures, hand made privately printed? The Braves and the Fair: Men of Letters and Women of Fame of Old China 1921
2006.038.314 Book true relations between the nations The Western World and Japan: A Study in the Interaction of European and Asiatic Cultures Sansom, G.B. 1950 Alfred A. Knopf
2006.038.315 Book A guide to the history, economics, culture, and politics of the area with emphasis upon Japan and China. A Short History of the Far East Latourette, Kenneth Scott 1947 The Macmillan Company
2006.038.316 Book starting with reconstruction of north and south to Nixons presidency A History of the United States - Volume II Graebner, Norman A., Gilbery C. Fite, and Philip L. White 1970 McGraw-Hill Book Company
2006.038.317 Book esoteric buddhism in ninth-century Japan, explores the historical background, aeshtetic values, and religious connotations Art in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism Sawa, Takaaki 1972 WeatherHill/Heibonsha
2006.038.318 Book "selection of some of the most outstanding examples of Chinese and Japanese art." also includes chronology Masterpieces of Chinese and Japanese Art: Freer Gallery of Art Handbook Freer Gallery of Art 1976 Smithsonian Institution
2006.038.319 Book 31,500 articles, tables, population figures, maps, detailed drawings THE COLUMBIA-VIKING DESK ENCYCLOPEDIA: Second Edition editor-in-chief: Bridgwater, William & staff of the columbia Encyclopedia 1960/ / The Viking Press
2006.038.320 Book history and advancement of china and its collective parts The Illustrated Library of the World and Its People: China 2, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Mongolia Greystone Press 1965 Greystone Press
2006.038.321 Book the history and culture land and traditions of korea and Japan The Illustrated Library of the World and Its People: Japan 2, Korea Greystone Press 1964 Greystone Press
2006.038.322 Book pictorial history and contemporary book on china and its culture Chinese People and Chinese Culture 1973 Hua Hsin Cultural and Publications Center
2006.038.323 Book Snow Falling on Cedars Guterson, David 1994 Harcourt Brace and Company
2006.038.324 Book "crazy" wisdom throughout human history and around the world. Crazy Wisdom Nisker, Wes "Scoop" 1990 10 Speed Press
2006.038.325 Book English translation of the Japanese edition of Furitsu Koto Gakko Handbook for high school education in Japan Furitsu Koto Gakko Handbook 1937/ / Kenkyusha
2006.038.326 Journal Volume 4, No. 2, Summer 1977 (Centenial issue to commemorate the arrival of the first Japanese immigrant to Canada.) RIKKA: The Six Beautiful Essences RIKKA
2006.038.327 Book a book on the result of Eskimo printmaking. with text and history Arts of the Eskimo: Prints Roch, Ernst, ed. 1975 Barre Publishers
2006.038.328 Book "five travel sketches, by the greatest of the Japanese Haiku poets. The Narrow Road to the Deep North and Other Travel Sketches Basho; Nobuyuki Yuasa, trans. 1968 Penguin Books
2006.038.329 Book four original sources for Zen : 101 Zen Stories, The Gateless Gate, 10 Bulls, Centering Zen Flesh, Zen Bones: A Collection of Zen and Pre-Zen Writings Reps, Paul 1961 Doubleday
2006.038.330 Book portrayel of japan as it is(1904) as a modern world power A Handbook of Modern Japan Clement, Ernest W. 1904 A.C McClurg & Co.
2006.038.331 Book views of the worlds famous people and places. John L. Stoddard's Lectures: Volume III - Japan and China. Stoddard, John L. 1897 Geo. L. Shuman
2006.038.332 Book catalog of the exhibition " The Thirty Six Views of Mt. Fuji" of a complete set of 46 Pieces. of Hokusai at Musee Buimet. Exhibition of Hokusai's Masterpieces Takahashi, Seiichiro 1962 The Japan Association for the Preservation of Ukiyoe
2006.038.333 Book calatog book on the rapidly changing Japan (1971), its people and industry The Japan of Today 1972 Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2006.038.334 Book techniques and prints of six leading Japanese wood-block artists. 170 illustration plus 35 in color Contemporary Printmaking in Japan Robertson, Ronald G. 1965 Crown Publishers, Inc.
2006.038.335 Book history and direction of japans modernization Japan in Transition: One Hundred Years of Modernization Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1973 Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2006.038.336 Book explores the problem of equal treatment for all americans Minorities: U.S.A. Finkelstein, Milton, Hon. Jawn A. Sandifer, and Elfreda S. Wright 1976 Globe Book Company, Inc.
2006.038.337 Book facts and substance of the Japanese idea of art Japanese Fine Arts Sagara, Tokuzo 1949 Japan Travel Bureau
2006.038.338 Book How a daughter of feudal Japan, living hundreds of years in one generation, became a modern American A Daughter of the Samurai Sugimoto, Etsu Inagaki 1934 Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc.
2006.038.339 Book westerners confusion of japanese customs but comes to appreciate the hospitality and cultural differences The Honorable Picnic Raucat, Thomas 1954 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.340 Book Kumano, located in the remote mountains of the southeast coast of Japan Kii peninsula, remains on e of the living center of Japans ancient Shinto. books gives picture of place and shrines and history Gods of Kumano Nagai, Shinichi 1968 Kodansha International
2006.038.341 Book Revised Edition: examination of the nature of caste segregation and racist ideology. Japan's Invisible Race: Caste in Culture and Personality De Vos, George and Hiroshi Wagatsuma 1972 University of California Press
2006.038.342 Book taiwanese paintings done in the twentieth century The Twentieth Century Taiwanese Paintings Volume 1 Shaih, Li-fa, ed. 1983 Oriental Healing Arts Institute
2006.038.343 Book the twenty eight artisan portraits are accompanied by an informative text of a background and historical sketch Traditional Crafts of Japan: Illustrated with the Eighteenth-Century Artisan Prints of Tachibana Minko Pomeroy, Charles A. 1968 Walker/Weatherhill
2006.038.344 Book includes four courses and six pamphlets of japanese flower arrangement for many occasions Correspondence Course in Japanese Flower Arrangement Gorham, Hazel H. and Josui Oshikawa 1940 Nippon Bunka Chuo Renmei
2006.038.345 Book Ikebana. step by step lessons in the basic principles and styles of the Sogetsu School, the foremost school of modern Ikebana in Japan. Creative Japanese Flower Arrangement Sparnon, Norman 1982 Shufunotomo Co., LTD
2006.038.346 Book 1917 printing by Kelly and Walsh, Limited. Shanghai, HongKong-Singapore-Yokahama defitnitions and descriptions of people, places, things chinese for the masses in encyclopedia form The Encyclopaedia Sinica Couling, Samuel M.A. 1964 Literature House, Ltd.
2006.038.347 Book practical guidance to the art of bird and flower painting A Complete Guidance to Flower-and-Bird Painting Choy, Kung Heng 1965 Wan Li Book Company
2006.038.348 Book early pictures of Tessai in his thirties to the last works of his 89th year. also added ceramics and other objects he made or decorated as an avocation The Works Of Tomioka Tessai Tomioka, Tessai 1968
2006.038.349 Book history and symbolism of each Mudra(sanskrit term for the symbolic gestures or hand postures used in Buddhist rituals, and accordingly in the iconography) with particular reference to the Buddhist sculpture of Japan Mudra: A Study of Symbolic Gestures in Japanese Buddhist Sculpture Saunders, E. Dale 1960 Pantheon Books Inc.
2006.038.350 Book "explores in detail a fundamental facet of Japanese art, a theme also intrinsic to the very nature of the Japanese people. traces the development of this theme through an examination of some 140 objects from the twelfth to the nineteenth centuries" Birds, Beasts, Blossoms, and Bugs: The Nature of Japan Stern, Harold P., text 1976 Harry N. Abrams, Inc,. Publishers
2006.038.351 Book book contains reproductions, with commentaries of plates from a treatise of Chinese painting first published in 1619 The Ten Bamboo Studio: A Chinese Masterpiece Vedlich, Joseph 1979 Productions Liber SA
2006.038.352 Book the classic Japanese No drama, one of the great Japanese art forms Five Modern No Plays Mishima, Yukio; Donald Keene, trans. 1973 Vintage Books
2006.038.353 Book stroke by stroke instructions in the techniques of chinese painting. contains a chpt. on mounting process, bibliography and index Chinese Painting Techniques Cameron, Alison Stilwell 1968 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2006.038.354 Book stories first translated from the Japanese by Miss Ume Tsuda and Mrs. hannah riddle and published in 1914. "Iwaya no Ojisan or Uncle Iwaya is the name with which the author of the munerous Japanese stories was called by hundreds of thousands of his little readers Japanese Fairy Tales Iwaya, Sazanami 1951 Hokuseido Press
2006.038.355 Book comprehensive, detailed coverage of innumerable prints provides the necessary means of identifying artists, the history culture and meaning of this collection of prints A Guide to Japanese Prints and Their Subject Matter Stewart, Basil 1979 Dover Publications, Inc.
2006.038.356 Book Hiroshige: the last great master of the Japanese tradition of woodblock printing known as ukeiyo-e. landscape prints. book includes color and black and white prints and text Hiroshige Oka, Isaburo 1982 Kodansha International LTD.
2006.038.357 Book introduces a systematic study of the historical sociopolitical development of Japanese Buddhist institutions combined with a consistent philosophical interpretation of the seemingly diverse schools of Buddhist thought" Foundation of Japanese Buddhism - Vol. II: The Mass Movement (Kamakura & Muromachi Periods) Matsunaga, Alicia, and Daigan Matsunaga 1984 Buddhist Books International
2006.038.358 Book A young man expends his spirit in the obsessive pursuit of a beautiful woman and a passionate search for mystical enlightement. The Temple of Dawn Mishima, Yukio 1990 Random House
2006.038.359 Book materials in book taken from many textual sources, Ideals of the Samurai: Writings of Japanese Warriors Lee, Gregory N., ed.; William Scott Wilson, trans. 1982 Ohara Publications, Incorporated
2006.038.360 Book introductory history of Buddhism. the develpment of Buddhism in India, Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, China, Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Tibet, Mongolia, Buddhism: A History Reat, Noble Ross 1994 Jain Publishing Company
2006.038.361 Book The chronicle of a conspiracy, about the roots and nature of Japanese fanaticism in the years that led to war. Runaway Horses Mishima, Yukio 1990 Random House
2006.038.362 Book The novel brings together the dominant themes of the three previous novels: the meaning and deacy of Japan's courtly tradition and samurai ideal: the essence and value of Buddhist philosophy and aesthetics; and apocalyptic vision of the modern era. The Decay of the Angel Mishima, Yukio 1990 Random House
2006.038.363 Book Fiction: Set in San Francisco's Chinatown of family secrets. and the lost bones of a "paper father" oldest daughter Leila tells the story of Mah working as a seamstress in a garment shop tells of Ona who commits suicide and Nina who escaped New York as a flight attendant. story of struggle and survial of three women. Bone Ng, Fae Myenne 1993 Hyperion
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