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Classical Japanese: A Grammar

Exercise Answers and Tables

Haruo Shirane
Barcode 9780231135306
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Release Date: 27/07/2005

Genre: Society & Culture
Sub-Genre: Social Sciences
Label: Columbia University Press
Language: English
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Pages: 50

Exercise Answers and Tables. Classical Japanese: A Grammar is a comprehensive, and practical guide to classical Japanese. It includes detailed explanations of basic grammar and explains how classical Japanese is related to modern Japanese. This companion volume includes exercise answers and tables. Always the first to respond to a crisis, Medecins Sans Frontieres and its sister organization Medecins du Monde have set into place a style of humanitarian action that combines rapid intervention with invaluable critical assessment. Whether the crisis is war, famine, or a natural diaster, these organizations have set a precedent for humanitarian action that has yet to be surpassed. Their efforts were not developed in a vacuum. A close look at the history of humanitarianism, especially within the United States, Great Britain, and Switzerland, reveals the existing forms of action that MSF, MDM, and many other groups used to perfect their programs. These include the relief practices of the Red Cross combined with the mobilization of public opinion implemented by Amnesty International. The contributors to this volume assess competing French and "Anglo-Saxon" models of intervention and project the next phase of humanitarianism in the twenty-first century.