The Kagero Diary: A Woman's Autobiographical Text from Tenth-century... - Study Guide Book Three: Pages 329 through 379 Summary & Analysis

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Although his visits have become infrequent and tinged with bitterness on his part, Fujiwara never fails to send his clothing to MM for repair and replacement. Another new year has come and gone with all the regular festivities. An associate of MM suggests that she join a group on another pilgrimage. Although MM has a positive attitude when she begins the pilgrimage, she does not like the large number of people who participate, some of whom she determines are of lower class than she. Just a few days after she returns, MM embarks on yet another pilgrimage to the Kamo Shrine. The trip takes place in the heart of winter, with wind and snow blowing. MM catches a bad cold and languishes in bed upon her return.

Michitsuna and his man servants celebrate the New Year, drinking and carousing...

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