[KS] Books on Owen N. Denny

William B. McCloy wbmccloy at u.washington.edu
Fri Apr 25 14:39:19 EDT 2014

Dear Prof. Giuffre,


A quick check of the usual sources leads me  to conclude that there is no
electronic copy available.  Google Books says there is none, and though at
first impression it appears to be in JSTOR, this seems to be a book review
and not full text.  Amazon.com has no Kindle copy, and the University of
Hawaii (who published this book) has no electronic copy listed in its




Bill McCloy

East Asian Law Librarian (Retired)

University of Washington


From: Koreanstudies [mailto:koreanstudies-bounces at koreanstudies.com] On
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Subject: [KS] Books on Owen N. Denny


I am doing a research on  Owen N. Denny's role in king Sojon's court, and
China's efforts to block Korea's communication with Western countries.-

I am interested in this book: 

Mandarins, gunboats, and power politics: Owen Nickerson Denny and the
international rivalries in Korea


Robert R. Swartout


¿Does anybody know if there is an e-book copy of this book?- Any other
suggestions on bibliography or different approaches,  will be deeply


Regards. Prof. M. Giuffre.



Mercedes Susana Giuffré
Magíster en Filosofía y Ciencias Políticas
Senior Researcher Law School
TRADUCTORA Pública Nacional.


Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata


TE.: (0223) 451 5541 - Cel.: (0223) 154 55 1969
Córdoba 1882 -. 8º - 81
(7600) Mar del Plata


Email: mgiuffre at mdp.edu.ar



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