Japanese Marxist : a portrait of Kawakami Hajime, 1879-1946

Gail Lee Bernstein

It is the merit of Bernstein's portrait of Kawakami Hajime that he emerges as a recognizable human being, a truly modern figure reflecting in his own life a personal and hard-won balance between traditional Japanese values and the demands of modernization. The heir of a samurai family, an acknowledged authority on economics, a professor at one of Japan's leading universities, an early popularizer of Marxism in Japan, a Japanese Communist on his own unique terms, and, finally, the author of an autobiography that is a classic of modern Japanese literature, Kawakami Hajime is an important figure in the history of modern Japan. At each stage of Kawakami's winding path to Marxism--from patriotic nationalist to academic Marxist to revolutionary Communist--his concern for the ethical and economic problems that emerged in the course of Japan's astonishingly rapid industrialization dominated his consciousness. Bernstein provides a portrait of Kawakami's complex personality as well as an elegantly shaped narrative of the context and content of Japanese left-wing politics in the 1920s, and she makes plain the kinds of cultural conflict that modernization, in its several varieties, bequeathed to Japanese intellectuals.

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書名 Japanese Marxist : a portrait of Kawakami Hajime, 1879-1946
著作者等 Bernstein, Gail Lee
シリーズ名 Harvard East Asian monographs
出版元 Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University : Distributed by Harvard University Press
刊行年月 1990, c1976
版表示 New ed
ページ数 xiv, 221 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0674471946
NCID BA11209338
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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