NATURE'S EMBRACE: Japan's Aging Urbanites and New Death Rites

September 2011
Pacific Affairs;Sep2011, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p575
Book Review
A review of the book "Nature's Embrace: Japan's Aging Urbanites and New Death Rites," by Satsuki Kawano is presented.


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