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Toriko Vol 22

Author : Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
ISBN : 9781421577531
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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After a brutal showdown at Chowlin Temple, the IGO and Gourmet Corp. speed toward an inevitable clash! But before all-out war erupts, the coming Gourmet Solar Eclipse stirs four fearsome beasts larger and more deadly than anyone has seen in centuries. Only Toriko and the Four Kings can stop the Four-Beasts! -- VIZ Media
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Chimasan S Trinket Box Vol 22

Author : Emi Fukasaku
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Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Welcome! Hand-crafted cute little things are the specialty of Chima-san’s shop! Although the owner might be a little strange, Toriko cannot hold herself to come back. Along with other lively customers, what kind of wonderful encounters will she have here? Will Toriko’s dream to open her own shop got realized?
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Toriko Vol 8

Author : Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
ISBN : 9781421550527
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Toriko and Terry succeed in getting their hands on the delicious BB Corn, but a new challenge is just beginning. Next on the menu is a legendary soup that only appears once every one hundred years. But Toriko will have to get by the fiercest enemies he’s ever faced if he hopes to be sipping this soup. -- VIZ Media
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

For Dignity Justice And Revolution

Author : Norma Field
ISBN : 9780226034782
Genre : History
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Fiction created by and for the working class emerged worldwide in the early twentieth century as a response to rapid modernization, dramatic inequality, and imperial expansion. In Japan, literary youth, men and women, sought to turn their imaginations and craft to tackling the ensuing injustices, with results that captured both middle-class and worker-farmer readers. This anthology is a landmark introduction to Japanese proletarian literature from that period. Contextualized by introductory essays, forty expertly translated stories touch on topics like perilous factories, predatory bosses, ethnic discrimination, and the myriad indignities of poverty. Together, they show how even intensely personal issues form a pattern of oppression. Fostering labor consciousness as part of an international leftist arts movement, these writers, lovers of literature, were also challenging the institution of modern literature itself. This anthology demonstrates the vitality of the “red decade” long buried in modern Japanese literary history.
Category: History

Daily Commercial Letter

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ISBN : UIUC:30112041493658
Genre : Commodity exchanges
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Category: Commodity exchanges

Manchu Princess Japanese Spy

Author : Phyllis Birnbaum
ISBN : 9780231526340
Genre : History
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Aisin Gioro Xianyu (1907–1948) was the fourteenth daughter of a Manchu prince and a legendary figure in China's bloody struggle with Japan. After the fall of the Manchu dynasty in 1912, Xianyu's father gave his daughter to a Japanese friend who was sympathetic to his efforts to reclaim power. This man raised Xianyu, now known as Kawashima Yoshiko, to restore the Manchus to their former glory. Her fearsome dedication to this cause ultimately got her killed. Yoshiko had a fiery personality and loved the limelight. She shocked Japanese society by dressing in men's clothes and rose to prominence as Commander Jin, touted in Japan's media as a new Joan of Arc. Boasting a short, handsome haircut and a genuine military uniform, Commander Jin was credited with many daring exploits, among them riding horseback as leader of her own army during the Japanese occupation of China. While trying to promote the Manchus, Yoshiko supported the puppet Manchu state established by the Japanese in 1932—one reason she was executed for treason after Japan's 1945 defeat. The truth of Yoshiko's life is still a source of contention between China and Japan: some believe she was exploited by powerful men, others claim she relished her role as political provocateur. China holds her responsible for unspeakable crimes, while Japan has forgiven her transgressions. This biography presents the richest and most accurate portrait to date of the controversial princess spy, recognizing her truly novel role in conflicts that transformed East Asia.
Category: History

Engineering News

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ISBN : SRLF:D0003241361
Genre : Engineering
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Category: Engineering