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The Japanese family storehouse : or, The Millionaires' gospel modernised. Nippon eitai-gura, or Daifuku shin choja kyo (1688) / Ihara Saikaku ; translated from the Japanese with introduction and commentary by G.W.Sargent
Bib ID 2402295
Format BookBook
Author
Ihara, Saikaku, 1642-1693
 
Uniform Title Nippon eitaigura. English
Description Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1959 
xlix, 281 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0521061822
Series

Oriental publications (University of Cambridge) ; no.3.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Other authors/contributors Sargent, G. W

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