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CONTENTS (FRONT MATTER). . . . . . . . [00-front.doc] i Preface . . . . . . . . [00-pref.doc] 1 Chapter One. Winds of Doctrine: The World of Thought and Feeling in Late Kamakura Japan . . . . . . [01-chp1.doc] 16 Chapter Two. Muju Ichien's Mirror for Women (Tsuma kagami, 1300), A Buddhist Vernacular Tract of the Late Kamakura Period [02-chp2.doc] 42 Chapter Three. Abbess Kakusan and the Kamakura Hojo? . [03-chp3.doc] 90 Chapter Four. Princess Yodo's Purple-clad Nuns . . . [04-chp4.doc] 118 Chapter Five. From Sanctuary to Divorce Temple: Abbess Tenshu and the Later Kitsuregawa Administrators . [05-chp5.doc] 157 Chapter Six. Everyday Life at the Tokeiji, Sacred and Secular . [06-chp6.doc] 185 Chapter Seven: The "Divorce Temple" in Edo Satirical Verse . [07-chp7.doc] 212 Chapter Eight. Meiji Period: Tokeiji and Rinzai Zen Continuity [08-chp8.doc] 257 Charts: A. Zen Lineage from Sakyamuni to the Tokeiji . . [09-crtA.wpd] 276 B. Kakusan's Relationship to the Hojo and Adachi Families . [09-crtB.wpd] 279 C. From Ashikaga to the Kitsuregawa Administrators . . [09-crtC.wpd] 280 D. Relationships in the Tokeiji Succession during the Late Muromachi and Early Edo Periods . [09-crtD.wpd] 281 E. Tokeiji Head Abbesses and Acting Abbesses. . . [09-crtE.wpd] 282 Notes . . . . . . . . . [10-notes.doc] 283 Annotated Cross-Referenced Index to Major Cited Texts . [11-txts.doc] 369 Bibliography . . . . . . . . [12-bib.doc] 385 Index . . . . . [13-ndx.doc in progress but needs pagination] 00-front.doc, 9/16/2005 - 3
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Tåokeiji (Kamakura-shi, Japan) -- History.
Women's shelters -- Japan -- History.
Divorce -- Japan -- History.