Teaching Merchant-Class Virtues with Chushingura and The London Merchant

David S. Escoffery
2003 CLCWeb  
Volume 5 (2003) Issue 2 Article 4 T Te ea achin ching M g Me er rch cha an nt t-C -Cl la as ss V s Vir irtues w tues with C ith Ch hu ushin shing gur ura a a and The London M nd The London Me er rch cha an nt t D Da av vid S id S. Escoffe . Escoffer ry y Southwest Missouri State University Follow this and additional works at: http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb Part of the Comparative Literature Commons, and the Critical and Cultural Studies Commons Dedicated to the dissemination of scholarly and
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