Crossword Puzzle

week two puzzle


  1. the title of the The New Yorker book reviews of the Tale of Genji, a term that characterized a sense of style (sensualist)
  2. Morton and Olenik identify the aesthetic quality of The Tale of Genji as (aware)
  3. Soldier-monks claimed the protection of (buddha)
  4. One who serves (samurai)
  5. Heian–kyo in present day (kyoto)
  6. Meredith McKinney identified the aesthetic quality of the Pillow Book as (okashi)


  1. characters in The Tale of Genji speak in everyday language with intervals of (poetry)
  2. The Tale of Genji and the Pillow Book depict life at (court)
  3. The family that remained leaders throughout the Heian period (fujiwara)
  4. At the end of the Heian period, political power shifted from the nobility to (warriors)
  5. Morton and Olenik identify a supreme virtue of the warrior caste that remains the base of the network of obligations in present day Japan (loyalty)

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