The Hollow Doll

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The Hollow Doll is a 1990 book written by William Bohnaker and published by Ballantine Books.[1]

The book is a sociological examination of Japan in terms of its culture and how it affects individual citizens. The book then goes into describing the "negative" aspects of Japanese society as a society that, unlike "The West" which functions on logic, Japanese society functions with a formulaic society.

And the book thus points out how it has many deficiencies and economic, civil, and social inequities underneath the polite, hardworking, and ceremonious veil of modern Japan.[2]

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  1. ^ The hollow doll
  2. ^ IN SHORT; NONFICTION - New York Times
  • [1] "In Short: nonfiction" By Susan Chira New York Times.
  • [2] "ISBN Lookup information"