Objects & Places from The Kagero Diary: A Woman's Autobiographical Text from Tenth-century...

Edward Seidensticker
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Object Descriptions

Fujiwara's New Residence - This place was meant to bring comfort to an ailing person, though he or she quickly realized that they were not welcome at that place.

Fujiwara's Usual Place - This was the place of residence for a person's first spouse.

The Court Ministry - This place afforded a person his or her entire career.

Misasagi - This was a place of rest for a royal person.

Ishiyama - This place had a large monastery.

Shiga Mountains - This was the home of an adopted person from this diary.

Momozono Villa - This was the home of a high-ranking lady, who later left it to become a nun.

Kamo - This was a place visited by a person and their adopted child on a pilgrimage.

Nakagawa at Hirohata - This family residence was the ultimate home for one of the people when their health...

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