DAUGHTERS OF CHANGING JAPAN by Earl Herbert Cressy

DAUGHTERS OF CHANGING JAPAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A picture of past, present and future Japan witnesses the influences of clan, Confucianism and feudalism, and, the main roadblocks to democracy- in the lives of these young women as they strive to achieve individually in a culture which has subjugated their sex. Their stories reveal many of the contingent problems, and if they are not yet the ""changed"" daughters, the changing process is eloquent.

Pub Date: June 21st, 1955
Publisher: Farrar, Straus