Review: HARP OF BURMA by Michio Takeyama

Matt of Matt’s Book Blog recently reviewed Harp of Burma by Michio Takeyama.  Here’s a snippet of what he had to say:

It describes the trials and tribulation of a company of Japanese soldiers just before and then about a year after they surrender to the British and are incarcerated in a POW camp. Their discussions of different approaches to modernity without losing tradition and views of soldiers toward Burmese Buddhism stir interest for readers into development issues and comparative religions.

Read the full review here.

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