Write a book review of Yoshida’s book (1,000-1,200 words). Your review must include a description of the organization and contents of the book, a statement of the purpose of the book and its thesis, and your critical evaluation of how successful Yoshida is in achieving his goals and in persuading you on his analysis. In your review, try to place your analysis in a larger scholarly context. Your review must have a creative/thoughtful title. It must have at least 1,000 words. Your review must avoid using collective terms such as “the Japanese” and “the Americans” unless you are quoting from the reading. Citations must follow the “notes and bibliography” format of The Chicago Manual of Style.
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