Deus Destroyed: The Image of Christianity in Early Modern Japan.

By: Elison, George.

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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; xiv - 542 pp. First published in 1973, this is the second printing. Three page chronology, 1467-1708. Contents: Part I: Problems in the Acceptance of Christianity in Japan, Part II: Forms of the Rejection of Christianity in Japan, Translations: "Deus Destroyed" - "Ha Daiusu" by Fabian Fucan, "Deceit Disclosed" - "Kengiroku" by Christovao Ferreira and Sawano Chuan, "Kirishitan Monogatari" - anonymous chapbook, "Christians Countered" - "Ha Kirishitan" by Suzuki Shosan. Ninety eight pages of notes, 20 page bibliography, 14 page glossary and a 12 page general index. The cover show mild shelf wear to the edges and the spine is faded. The interior is clean and the binding is tight.

Title: Deus Destroyed: The Image of Christianity in Early Modern Japan.

Author Name: Elison, George.

Categories: Religion / Inspiration,

Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts., Council on East Asian Studies / Harvard University Press.: 1988

ISBN Number: 0674199626

ISBN Number 13: 9780674199620

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 25781

Keywords: Religion; Japan; Missions; Jesuit; Bartolomeu; Nagasaki; Hideyoshi; Fabian Fucan; Ha Daiusu; Kengiroku; Ferreira; Sawano Chuan; Kirishitan Monogatari; Suzuki Shosan;