No of pages: 176
Other Editions: Hardback
Wrong About Japan
In 2002, twice Booker-winning author Peter Carey travelled to Japan, accompanied by his son Charley. In this stunning memoir-cum-travelogue Carey charts this journey, as father and son look for the hidden puzzles and meanings within Manga and Anime, and what these particular art forms might reveal about Japanese culture and history. Tense, funny, honest and moving, Wrong About Japan offers a uniquely personal exploration of two very different cultures.
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