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2,128 words, approx. 8 pages
Introduction Clavell is known primarily for his best-selling novel Shōgun (1975) and his other fictional works that focus on East Asian customs, history, and economic and political power strugg... Read more
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Introduction Clavell is known primarily for his best-selling novel Shōgun (1975) and his other fictional works that focus on East Asian customs, history, and economic and political power strugg... Read more
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Introduction Clavell is known primarily for his best-selling novel Shōgun (1975) and his other fictional works that focus on East Asian customs, history, and economic and political power strugg... Read more
2,641 words, approx. 9 pages
Introduction Clavell is known primarily for his best-selling novel Shōgun (1975) and his other fictional works that focus on East Asian customs, history, and economic and political power strugg... Read more
636 words, approx. 3 pages
Introduction Clavell is known primarily for his best-selling novel Shōgun (1975) and his other fictional works that focus on East Asian customs, history, and economic and political power strugg... Read more
2,706 words, approx. 10 pages
Introduction Clavell is known primarily for his best-selling novel Shōgun (1975) and his other fictional works that focus on East Asian customs, history, and economic and political power strugg... Read more
1,366 words, approx. 5 pages
Introduction Clavell is known primarily for his best-selling novel Shōgun (1975) and his other fictional works that focus on East Asian customs, history, and economic and political power strugg... Read more
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Introduction Clavell is known primarily for his best-selling novel Shōgun (1975) and his other fictional works that focus on East Asian customs, history, and economic and political power strugg... Read more
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Introduction English-born American novelist, scriptwriter, poet, and dramatist. Clavell is known as an entertaining, rather than a "serious" writer. Most critics agree, however, that his... Read more
178 words, approx. 1 pages
Introduction English-born American novelist, scriptwriter, poet, and dramatist. Clavell is known as an entertaining, rather than a "serious" writer. Most critics agree, however, that his... Read more