36 Views - Act 2, Scenes 24-25 Summary & Analysis

Naomi Iizuka
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Dr. Hearn and Darius excitedly look at Polaroid prints of the manuscript in the park. She, again, asks when they'll be able to get their hands on it, and bubbles effusively about what this discovery means for her profession. She explains men during this period wrote almost exclusively in Chinese, the learned language of the time. Only women wrote in Japanese and even then only in their private diaries and correspondence. This afforded them an ability to express their feelings and emotions with an intimacy impossible for their male peers, who couldn't seamlessly connect their thoughts to their words. There are so few examples of the pillow book form in existence, and finding such a complete specimen is an incredibly breakthrough. Overcome by her exuberance, Darius confesses his intense feelings for Dr. Hearn, and kisses her even though she initially resists the intensity of...

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