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  • The Japanese and the Jesuitsby Mr J F Moran; J. F. Moran

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 54.95

    The Japanese and the Jesuits examines the attempt by sixteenth century Jesuits to convert the Japanese to Christianity. Directing the Jesuits was the Italian Alessandro Valignano, whose own magisterial writings, many of them not previously translated or published, are the principle source material for this account of one of the most remarkable of... more...

  • Japanese Travellers in Sixteenth-Century Europeby Derek Massarella; J. F. Moran

    Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2013; US$ 119.95

    In 1582 Alessandro Valignano, the Visitor to the Jesuit mission in the East Indies, sent four Japanese boys to Europe. Until the arrival of the embassy in Europe, the Euro-Japanese encounter had been almost exclusively one way: Europeans going to Japan. This book is an account of their travels, their long journeys out and back, and the 20 months in... more...

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