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1. Much of the prose (the ordinary language) literature of the Tokugawa Era was lighthearted and entertaining. serious and uplifting. imported from China. written for and by the eta. 2. The first Jesuit missionary, who came to Japan in 1549, was Francis Xavier. sold weapons to the daimyo. converted the shogun to Christianity. was Chinese. 3. Which of the following is NOT true? Hideyoshi prohibited Christian activities. Dutch ships were limited to one visit per year. Initially, traders and missionaries were welcomed. Europeans were interested iin buying Japanese weapons. 4. The overthrow of the Ming dynasty allowed the peasants to reclaim lands stolen from them by Russians. the Mongol dynasty to regain power in Ceylon. Manchus to seize power and establish the Qing dynasty. Europeans to seize key centers of trade in southern China for their own. 5. During the reign of Qianlong, the Qing dynasty showed the first signs of internal decay. China experienced widespread economic growth due to more trade with Mongolia. the efforts of Christian missionaries reached their height. Manchu invaders captured the city of Singapore.

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1. Much of the prose (the ordinary language) literature of the Tokugawa Era was lighthearted and entertaining. 2. The first Jesuit missionary, who came to Japan in 1549, was Francis Xavier. 3. Which of the following is NOT true? Europeans were interested in buying Japanese weapons. 4. The overthrow of the Ming dynasty allowed Manchus to seize power and establish the Qing dynasty. 5. During the reign of Qianlong, the Qing dynasty showed the first signs of internal decay.

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