The Game of Go
This form of recreation for two players features black and white stones placed alternately on a 19 by 19 grid.
This is a club house where the match between the Master and Otake has its ceremonial beginning.
This is the Japanese town where the match is continued after the ceremonial opening.
This is the Japanese town where the match is moved following a turn in the Master's health.
This is the town where the Master spends winters and where he is when he dies.
This is Japan's most important neighbor and opponent in war at the time of the novel.
The Urokoya Inn
This hotel is where the Master is staying when he dies.
This is the Tokyo newspaper that sponsors the match and for which Uragami is producing regular reports.
This is the hospital where the Master...
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