A Daughter of the Samurai

A Daughter of the Samurai
Author : Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto
Publisher : Olympia Press
Total Pages : 314
Release : 2013-01-04
ISBN 10 : 9781608726509
ISBN 13 : 1608726509
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

A Daughter of the Samurai Book Description:

Born into a high-ranking samurai family at the onset of the Meiji period, Etsu Sugimoto's own life mirrored the radical shifts her country faced. Originally destined to be a priestess, she instead became the arranged bride of a Japanese merchant in Cincinnati, later returning to Japan with her daughters as the nation modernized swiftly.


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