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This 3-page paper points out that religion played a large part in the development of the medieval literature of Japan. Stories involved in proving this point include Tales of Genji and Heike and As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MTjapareli.rtf

Remembering Japanese Culture
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A 3 page paper comparing US and Japanese culture, from the perspective of a Japanese immigrant. To say there are vast differences between life in Japan and life in the United States is to commit gross understatement. Though many values between the two cultures are quite similar, many habits and perspectives are quite different. The purpose here is for an individual originally from Japan to reflect on likes and dislikes of Asian culture. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSimmJapan.rtf

Review of Charles J. Dunn’s text “Everyday Life in Traditional Japan”
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This is a 6 page review of Charles J. Dunn’s work entitled “Everyday Life in Traditional Japan” (1969, 1977). This is a well structured text which tells of life of Tokugawa Japan during the years 1600 to 1850 approximately which Dunn uses as his basis for “traditional” Japan. The text is accompanied by many well crafted illustrations and maps which help in the vivid descriptions of the hierarchical country. Dunn has an easy and concise writing style which makes this text a good source for information about Japan for all senior grade levels. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJCDunn1.rtf

Rikyu and the Formal Tea Ceremony as Important Aspects of Balance and Conflict in the Film “Rikyu”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing Rikyu and the formal tea ceremony as important aspects of balance and conflict in the film “Rikyu”. In the 1990 film “Rikyu”, the importance of Rikyu and the traditional tea ceremony provide a reflection of the political balance and conflict going on in Japan during the leadership of Emperor Hideyoshi in the late 1500s. Rikyu was the respected tea master at that time and had formed a close alliance with the emperor. The emperor who enjoyed his power and wealth realized the importance of the tea ceremony in the life of Japan and proceeded to organize a large ten day tea festival. Throughout the development of the well orchestrated ceremonies, led by Rikyu, the emperor experienced conflict between the political forces around him, his need for tranquility, his alliance with Rikyu, his desire to invade Korea and the presence of other powerful political men present, such as Ieyasu. When Rikyu and Hideyoshi conflicted on the political aspects of Hideyoshi’s rule, such as the invasion of Korea, and Hideyoshi realized Rikyu’s growing influence in the country, he knew he had to remove Rikyu from the growing threat to his authority and through the ceremony insinuated that Rikyu must commit suicide; which he did to fulfill his commitment to the emperor and retain the balance in the country. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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