This is Joseph Campbell's account of a journey that led him to become a counterculture icon. The work covers his travels through Japan. Written from the unjaded perspective of an erudite teacher on his first trip to the Asia he had studied for most of his life, this is a snapshot of 1950s Asia and its rapidly changing post-colonial and Cold War tensions.
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(216mm x 140mm x 32mm)
New World Library
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