by Joseph Campbell
In 1950, the scholar Joseph Campbell went to Asia for the first time. In this second volume of his Asian journals, he records his travels through Thailand, Cambodia, Burma, Hong Kong, and Japan. Campbell’s eye for detail and his appreciation of the ways in which the sacred and secular blend together in daily life offer an illuminating portrait of Japan. At the same time, his writings reveal a more personal and even idiosyncratic side of the famous author of The Hero with a Thousand Faces.
Hardcover, 368 pages
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