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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 [Review Essay] Wrong About Japan : A Father's Journey with His Son
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'Wrong About Japan is challenging to review. This is partly a result of the high expectations raised by the appearance of a new Peter Carey book. Another reason is that in this ostensibly non-fictional monograph Carey departs from his customary literary genres, and in doing so takes a number of annoyingly gratuitous liberties with his subject matter and some lazy shortcuts. This leaves some of his loyal readers, including myself, feeling short-changed. ' (Introduction)

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