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When I open the same file with a simple text editor like Text Wrangler, though, the text appears to be somewhat different.
Start reading Before Commodore Matthew Perry forcibly opened Japan to Western trade in the 1850s, Europeans and Americans had little familiarity with Japanese art forms other than ceramics.
Within a decade, however, Western artists and collectors had fallen under the spell of Japanese art, in a cultural love affair the French called Japonisme.
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Sixteen years after its original release, players had a chance to experience an enhanced version of a critical darling so many had ignored.