10 edition of You gotta have wa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 367-372).
|Statement||Robert Whiting ; [with a new introduction and afterword].|
|LC Classifications||GV863.77.A1 W47 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 372 p. :|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||2009294904|
Robert Whiting's book You Gotta Have Wa is recognized as the foremost book on Nippon Pro Baseball written in English. Coming out in , it arrived at a time when American interest in Japanese baseball was rising and helped spur this trend some of the material is now dated, it remains an excellent reference. Whiting's main focus was on the difference in cultures between Japanese. Eye-popping report on Japanese baseball by a journalist based in Japan. In Whiting's The Chrysanthemum and the Bat () he provided a hilarious look at the history and customs of Japanese besoboru; here, he zooms in on American major-leaguers who play for big bucks in the land of the rising sun. Most of these—the likes of Bob Homer, Davey Johnson, or Reggie Smithare second .
(If you'd like to see a book added to this list, please message the moderators) The rise of Japanese baseball power, by Robert Obojski () The chrysanthemum and the bat: Baseball Samurai Style, by Robert Whiting () Sadaharu Oh!: A Zen Way of Baseball, by Sadaharu Oh () You Gotta Have Wa, by Robert Whiting (). So it is ironic that one of the best explanations of that Japanese approach to fighting a war comes in a book on the game of baseball, “You Gotta Have Wa (team harmony)” by Robert Whiting.
You Gotta Have Wa (Book): Whiting, Robert: Injured players who "pitch through their pain". Fans who politely return foul balls. This witty and incisive book by the author of the acclaimed The Chrysanthemum and the Bat gives us an unprecedented look at Japanese baseball, as seen by baffled Americans from Babe Ruth to Willie Smith. Black-and-white photographs. 图书You Gotta Have Wa 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. In this witty and incisive book, Robert Whiting gives us a close-up look at besuboru 's teams, obsessive ritualism, and history, as seen through the eyes of American players who found the Japanese approach—rigorous pre game practices, the tolerance for tie games, injured pitchers.
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Robert Whiting is the author of You Gotta Have Wa and You gotta have wa book one of the very few Westerners to write a regular column in the Japanese press.
He has appeared as a commentator in documentaries about Japan and on such shows as Larry King Live and The MacNeil-Lehrer by: You Gotta Have Wa is a wonderful baseball book.
It has mucho information about the history and practice of besuboru in Japan. Some of the differences to the Western approach are stark. Interesting bits on MLB players trying to survive in a very different sports culture/5.
Robert Whiting is the author of You Gotta Have Wa and is one of the very few Westerners to write a regular column in the Japanese press. He has appeared as a commentator in documentaries about Japan and on such shows as Larry King Live and The MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour/5(4).
My only complaint about "You Gotta Have Wa" is that I was hoping the book would be a bit more in-depth and slightly less sensational. The chapters read like a series of magazine articles, and I have a hard time believing that the Japanese fans are quite as fanatical as portrayed in the book /5(24).
About Robert Whiting Robert Whiting is the author of You Gotta Have Wa and is one of the very few Westerners to write a regular column in the Japanese press.
He has appeared as a commentator in documentaries about Japan and on such More about Robert Whiting. You Gotta Have Wa. The ``wa'' one must have is the group harmony that is the essence of Japanese ``besoboru,'' or baseball.
Some 15 years ago, in the bestseller "You Gotta Have Wa," Robert Whiting examined how former American major league ballplayers tried to cope with a different culture while playing pro ball in Japan.
Now, Whiting reverses his field and reveals how select Japanese stars have come across the Pacific to play in the big leagues. This witty and incisive book by the author of the acclaimed The Chrysanthemum and the Bat gives us an unprecedented look at Japanese baseball, as seen by baffled Americans from Babe Ruth to Willie Smith/5(5).
You Gotta Have Wa, by Robert Whiting. pages. Vintage, Nonfiction. Examining the Japanese ideal of wa (harmony) through baseball, Whiting’s book is a must-read for anyone interested in Japan — even if you don’t know the difference between a balk and a base hit.
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It was a Book of the Month Club selection, a Casey Award finalist and a Pulitzer Prize nominee. You Gotta Have Wa By Robert Whiting Illustrated.
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News and World Report, and 4/5(2). You Gotta Have Wa by Robert Whiting Offers an intriguing and often humorous look at the differences and similarities between the national obsession over baseball in Japan and in the United States and a detailed account of the game of besoboru.
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A surprisingly easy read, You Gotta Have Wa by Robert Whiting examines life as a foreign baseball player in Japan. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whiting, Robert. You gotta have Wa. New York: Macmillan ; London: Collier Macmillan, © (OCoLC) You gotta have wa.
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