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" than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the struggle of life ; it shows also the real character of some weaknesses in our own civilisation. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our daily wants. We must have meat and bread and... "
The Review of Reviews - Page 269
edited by - 1895
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Kokoro: Hints and Echoes of Japanese Inner Life

Lafcadio Hearn - 1896 - 388 pages
...without furniture, without impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the...also the real character of some weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our daily wants. We must have meat...
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Kokoro: Hints and Echoes of Japanese Inner Life

Lafcadio Hearn - 1896 - 388 pages
...without furniture, without impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the...also the real character of some weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our daily wants. We must have meat...
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Evolution of the Japanese, Social and Psychic

Sidney Lewis Gulick - 1903 - 457 pages
...impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by the Japanese race in the struggle of life; it shows also the real character of some of the weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our...
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Evolution of the Japanese, Social and Psychic

Sidney Lewis Gulick - 1903 - 457 pages
...impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by the Japanese race in the struggle of life; it shows also the real character of some of the weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our...
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Kokoro: Hints and Echoes of Japanese Inner Life

Lafcadio Hearn - 1905 - 388 pages
...without furniture, without impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the...also the real character of some weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our daily wants. We must have meat...
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Kokoro: Hints and Echoes of Japanese Inner Life

Lafcadio Hearn - 1907 - 280 pages
...without furniture, without impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the...have meat and bread and butter; glass windows and fire; hats, white shirts, and woollen underwear; boots and shoes; trunks, bags, and boxes; bedsteads,...
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The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 7

Lafcadio Hearn - 1922
...without furniture, without impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the...also the real character of some weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our daily wants. We must have meat...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 76

1895
...without furniture, without impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the...also the real character of some weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our daily wants. We must have meat...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 76

1895
...without furniture, without impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing, shows more than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the struggle of life ; it shows abo the real character of some weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless...
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Experiencing Architecture

Steen Eiler Rasmussen - 1964 - 245 pages
...furniture, without impedimenta, with the least possible amount of neat clothing," says Hearn, "shows more than the advantage held by this Japanese race in the...also the real character of some weaknesses in our own civilization. It forces reflection upon the useless multiplicity of our daily wants. We must have meat...
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