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22 May, 2009

English lesson, 1887

Filed under: technical communication — monado @ 23:09

I suspect that pictures help people to learn more quickly.

Tsunajima Kamekichi: Fashionable melange of English words, 1887, originally uploaded by trialsanderrors.

Description: Ryūkō eigo zukushi (fashionable melange of English words), woodcut by Tsunajima Kamekichi showing images of animals such as cats and snakes; activities such as writing and looking; objects such as shoes and boxes; and people. Each image is labeled in Japanese and English. Woodcut print on hōsho paper, 1887.

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