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The Confusions of Pleasure (Timothy Brook) - review (831 words)
The founder of the Ming dynasty, the Hongwu emperor, came from a peasant background and idealised autonomous, self-sufficient agrarian communities; the dynasty he founded, however, was to oversee the economic transformation of China.
Timothy Brook's study of this in The Confusions of Pleasure is more a cultural than an economic history, focusing on changing attitudes to trade and commerce and their effects on everyday life.
The Confusions of Pleasure will be a gold-mine for those curious about the historical underpinnings of Chinese commercial traditions — and the gap between the ideology and the reality of economic life under the Ming is reminiscent of modern China — but is recommended to anyone curious about other ways of viewing the world.
Histology Learning System - Common Confusions (4846 words)
These two organs may be easily confused because the simple columnar epithelium and what appear to be villi lining the lumen of the gall bladder appear to be of the jejunum (given that there are no Brunner’s glands or Peyer’s patches).
These two sections may be confused because the villi of the duodenum are numerous and tall, making the apparent full thickness of the duodenal mucosa thicker than the wall’s muscle layers.
The scattered clumps of pale foamy cells seen in superficial sections through the scalp are sebaceous glands, and not to be confused with the foamy-looking discontinuous layer of theca interna cells encircling ovarian follicles.
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