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Review: Womansword by Kittredge Cherry

Michael Palmer - Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Check out Tofugu's well researched and thorough review of the 30th Anniversary Edition of Womansword: What Japanese Words Say About Women by Kittredge Cherry. Thanks Tofugu! 

"A delightfully insightful read.... It remains one of, if not the best, English language resources for learning about the women of Japan through the language they use."—Tofugu



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