Members of aristocratic families like the Kaos ride around town in these. Cheuh-hui refuses to ride in one.
This item is burned after a death to help the deceased person stave off hunger and want in the afterlife.
Cheuh-hui and Cheuh-min work on these when they are frustrated with their family and their culture because it offers them an outlet for their feelings.
This location is where much of the action in the novel takes place. It is here where the three brothers are raised; they find the place suffocating because of the feudal beliefs and superstitions held by those in control.
Jui-cheuh gathers these items to arrange in her husband's room and embroiders them on his bedstead because he is so fond of them.
Soldiers in the Streets
These are seen as hostilities arise in the city; they always...
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