Chushingura, the Treasury of Loyal Retainers: A Puppet Play Quotes

Takeda Izumo
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"Man lasts but one lifetime, his name for all eternity." —Kaoyo, Act One, pg. 33

"Women and children always make a big fuss over quarrels, but a samurai may have to pay for it with his life if he's made a slip of the tongue—even it's only a word or merely half a word." —Honzo, Act Two, pg. 39

"Honzo, hearing these polite phrases, a complete turnabout in Moronao's manner, realizes his stratagem has met with success, but still he keeps his hands politely touching the ground." —Narrator, Act Three, pg. 51

"A man who fawns on another person or flatters him doesn't deserve to be called a samurai." —Goemon, Act Four, pg. 67

"It's natural you should mistake me for a bandit. I hunt in this neighborhood, but the heavy rain has soaked my match-rope, and now I don't know what to do. Here, I'll...

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