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Tōson Shimazaki. the Hirata movement in north Ina county, there was no one
among the many disciples of Hirata in southern Shinano who did not know
Masaka's name. Oman set out, lantern in hand, to lead the visitor to the
storehouse out ...
Masaka put his hand to his ear as though following the movements of the person
approaching the door. It was Otami. She and Sakichi had brought the bedding. "
You seem terribly tired, Kureta, so I will leave you now. We'll talk tomorrow.
Masaka could not of course fail to be moved by seeing a portrait of Hitomaro
drawn by Motoori Norinaga, but what affected him even more was the praise of
Hitomaro that was written above the picture. There was some special quality in
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I generally do not like sad novels, but this is one of the most wonderful books I have ever read, even though its hero dies insane with despair over the betrayal of his life's work. It is an ... Read full review