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Ideals Of The Samurai

Writings Of Japanese Warriors

Translation and Introduction

By: William Scott Wilson

 

Learning is to a man as leaves and branches are to a tree, and it can be said that he should simply not be without  it.”

(Page 89)

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments: Give me a stack of non- fiction books and like a termite I will sit and work my way through each one. Reading and travel are two excellent ways to increase your knowledge of the world.

 

IDEALS OF THE SAMURAI: Writings of Japanese Warriors

 

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