Native American in the Land of the Shogun: Ranald MacDonald and the Opening of Japan
Frederik L. Schodt (Author)
Stone Bridge Press
May 01, 2003
6.34 X 9.28 X 1.36 inches | 1.61 pounds
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About the Author
Fluent in spoken and written Japanese, Frederik L. Schodt is an author, interpreter, and translator who has written extensively on Japanese culture and Japan-U.S. relations. His classic Manga! Manga! introduced the English-speaking world to Japanese comics culture.
"A story that reads like fiction...[Schodt] is particularly well-qualified to discuss Japanese perspectives on MacDonald's story and has uncovered material hitherto untouched by writers on the subject. This is certainly the definitive work on Ranald MacDonald."
Jean Murray Cole, author of This Blessed Wilderness and Exile in the Wilderness: The Biography of Chief Factor Archibald McDonald 1790-1853