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1. The Struggle to Survive Fire and Destruction Court Lands and Economics Court Society Dispersed and Disengaged Court Administration Women at Court Sengoku Emperors Power and Authority 2. Normalcy and Its Pretenses Flowers, Kickball, and the Bath Nenja Gyoji Annual Observances During Sengoku Keeping Dressed 3. Court Society During Reunification The Year 1568 The Case of Yamashina Tokitsune 4. Unifiers and Aristocrats Court Initiatives Leaning on the Court Material Developments Ambiguities Uncertainties 5. The Crises of 1609-1610 The Court Lady Scandal The Meaning of the Scandal The Abdication Crisis 6. Codifying the Court Creating Laws for the Court Family Arts and the Kuge shohatto Rank and Seating in the Kuge shohatto 7. Of Persons and Structures Stability Lost and Regained Court Governance and Society 8. The Culture of a New Aristocracy Cultural Renaissance Of Flowers and Tea Architecture Culture and the Individual Conclusion Appendixes A. Character List of Japanese Books Collected and Copied by Tokugawa Ieyasu, 1614-1615 B. Character List of Japanese Terms and Names C. Aristocratic Diaries of the Fifteenth to Seventeenth Centuries