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Re: Literature



Hello,

I've been lurking around this maillist for a long time but I haven't really contributed with anything. I really like the discussions, arguments, recommendations of the group. Very thought provoking. I'm looking forward to participating a lot more in the conversations :)

If not the same, the manga Ouroboros is very similar to what Cecilia described. 

Another manga recommendation is the the historical work of Sentarō Kubota - Bokko ( translated as "Mohist attack" ) which narrates the story of a monk from the clan that preaches Mohism. 

On Feb 3, 2017 12:47 AM, "Cecilia Tanaka" <cecilia.tanaka AT gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, Feb 3, 2017 at 1:31 AM, Shawn K. Quinn <skquinn AT rushpost.com> wrote:

It's not a "read" per se, but the lessons taught from it are no less
powerful: the anime series Nobunaga the Fool. There was a manga made
from it as well, if you really prefer paper (though it might differ from
the anime series).

​I thought it was a coincidence of names, but the Nobunaga mentioned is really Nobunaga Oda!  Wow, this anime must be pretty crazy!  :D​


I will watch the anime this weekend!  Thanks, Shawn!  :D