Cultural Madness. A closer inspection of Japanese culture using the "Chrysanthemum Tryst" a tale from the Ugetsu Monogatari.
This imperfect world is a breeding ground for immorality. Goodness and purity has this tendency to deviate, in order to survive in the world. Changes and revolutions bring about a new set of order, apparently people who find it difficult to conform to new ideas and situation succeed in only joining the ranks of the deceased. The degree of loyalty and love shown between the two characters from the "Chrysanthemum Tryst" convey a strong sense of warrior ethics, but also failure at retaining friendship in the corporeal world. It is possible to derive from the text that go…
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