A Japanese Robinson Crusoe
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192pp. January 2009
A Japanese Robinson Crusoe
Author: Oyabe, Jenichiro; Editor: Robinson, Greg; Yaguchi, Yujin;
First published in 1898 and long out of print, A Japanese Robinson Crusoe by Jenichiro Oyabe (1867–1941) is a pioneering work of Asian American literature. It recounts Oyabe’s early life in Japan, his journey west, and his education at two histor

Intersections: Asian and Pacific American Transcultural Studies Series
"This is a fascinating memoir by a young Japanese who spent thirteen years (1885–1898) traveling to all parts of the world: the Kurile islands, China, Okinawa, Hawaii, the United States, Britain, Portugal, etc., before returning to his native country as a
Author: Oyabe, Jenichiro; Editor: Robinson, Greg; Yaguchi, Yujin;
Greg Robinson is associate professor of history at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Yujin Yaguchi is associate professor at the department of area studies, graduate school of arts and sciences at the University of Tok
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An Introduction by Greg Robinson and Yujin Yaguchi

A Japanese Robinson Crusoe by Jenichiro Oyabe
Preface
Chapter I. Origin—Childhood
Chapter II. Leaving Father’s House
Chapter III. At Yezo Island
Chapter IV. On




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