I read the wrong translation! Oh well, we’re still going to talk about the woman who wrote this work, The Tale of Genji, and about the time in Japanese history that it represents. Good trivia here!

Show Notes

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And lastly, this podcast is made mostly possible by Wikipedia. Please help keep knowledge free.

Here are the links relating to the episode:

This article titled “The Sensualist” from The New Yorker is extremely interesting.  Highly recommend.

Do you want to visit the places talked about in The Tale of Genji?  Here you go!

I read from this page in the show, and there’s not a whole lot more to it, but it’s worth a look.

This is more about Murasaki Shikibu than the work, and is an incredible read.