The Pillow-book of Sei Shonagon

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Ha scritto il 20/08/13
可惜不懂和歌,中譯再好也譯不出原文的趣味

Ha scritto il Aug 03, 2008, 17:29
sometimes have chafed at their lowly status in the rank system. It was provincial notables and the despised military who were largely instrumental in undermining the entire structure during the century that followed Sei Shōnagon's death.
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Ha scritto il Aug 03, 2008, 17:28
2. Ministry of Ceremonial: Bureau of Education.3. Ministry of the Imperial Household: Bureau of Carpentry, Bureau of Medicine, Office of the Grounds, Table Office.4. Ministry of the Treasury: Housekeeping Office.To keep things in proper perspective
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Ha scritto il Aug 03, 2008, 17:25
officially adopted in the seventh century. Though the Chinese hierarchy was never repudiated, no one in Shōnagon's period would have dreamt of challenging the hegemony of the Fujiwara Chancellor. A similar dichotomy between theory and reality
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Ha scritto il Aug 03, 2008, 17:22
Appendix 2: THE GOVERNMENTIn the seventh century the leaders of Japan instituted a Great Reform which, at least on paper, affected every aspect of national life. Their main aim was to weaken the ancient clan-family system that had dominated
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Ha scritto il Aug 03, 2008, 17:20
Finally, the Heian day was divided into twelve watches, each two hours in length and divided into four quarters. Time was specified by the Zodiacal signs. The watch of the Horse, for instance, started at noon and continued until two o'clock in the
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