Tale of the Genji

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This is directly connected to the relationships and meanings of the one night stands that Genji has, since these developments are ridden with women being discarded by the prince, who uses and exploits women. This is one of the most compelling cases that reveals the vulnerability of the Heian woman...
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This is one of the most compelling cases that reveals the vulnerability of the Heian woman. To a large extent, there is no seduction; one could argue that Genji is, in fact, raping these women that he sleeps with. This is especially where we see the theme of unhappiness...
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