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Beating devils and burning their books : views of China, Japan and the West
AuthorClark, Anthony E.
Pub. LocationAnn ArborPublisherAssociation for Asian Studies
Date2010Phys. Desc.248 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
LocationHallway CasesCall NumberDS740.4.B43 2010
Beating devils and burning their books : views of China, Japan and the West / edited by Anthony E. Clark.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [213]-232) and index.

Contending representations : East-West / Anthony E. Clark -- The Chinese macabre in missionary publications and horror fiction / Eric Reinders -- Rape, baptism, and the 'pig' religion : Chinese images of foreign missionaries during the late nineteenth century / Anthony E. Clark -- In search of a Chinese picturesque : William Alexander, George Chinnery, and the visual image of China in nineteenth-century Britain / Catherine Pagani -- China and the confluence of cultures : overcoming the East-West mind-set / Lionel M. Jensen -- (Mis)conceiving the self in early China : memory and truth in early Chinese autobiographical writing / Matthew Wells -- From beat to hardcore : a new twist on phony Zen / Eric P. Cunningham -- The elusive middle : between romanticism and condemnation in the Buddhist imaginary / Mark T. Unno.

Subject(s)China--Foreign public opinion, Western
Western countries--Foreign public opinion, Chinese
Western countries--Foreign public opinion, Japanese
East and West
Japan--Foreign public opinion, Western
China--Relations--Western countries
Japan--Relations--Western countries
SeriesAsia past & present ; no. 6
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #14155