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Murasaki Shikibu

Data de nascimento: 973
Data de falecimento: 1014

Murasaki Shikibu foi uma romancista japonesa, poeta e dama de companhia na corte imperial durante o período Heian. Ela é mais conhecida como a autora do Genji Monogatari , escrito aproximadamente entre 1000 e 1012 . Murasaki Shikibu era seu nome artístico; seu nome real é desconhecido, mas acredita-se que seja Fujiwara Takako, mencionada no Diário da Corte de 1007 como uma dama de companhia imperial .

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„Real things in the darkness seem no realer than dreams.“

—  Murasaki Shikibu, livro The Tale of Genji

Ch. 1: Kiritsubo
Fonte: Tale of Genji, The Tale of Genji, trans. Arthur Waley

„Ceaseless as the interminable voices of the bell-cricket, all night till dawn my tears flow.“

—  Murasaki Shikibu, livro The Tale of Genji

Ch. 1
Fonte: Tale of Genji, The Tale of Genji, trans. Arthur Waley

„I have never thought there was much to be said in favor of dragging on long after all one's friends were dead.“

—  Murasaki Shikibu, livro The Tale of Genji

Ch. 29: The Royal Visit
Tale of Genji, The Tale of Genji, trans. Arthur Waley

„The sadness of things.“

—  Murasaki Shikibu, livro The Tale of Genji

Passim. Cf. Lacrimae rerum.
Variant translations:
The pathos of things.
A sensitivity to things.
The sorrow of human existence.
Tale of Genji
Original: (ja) Mono no aware.

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„To be pleasant, gentle, calm and self-possessed: this is the basis of good taste and charm in a woman. No matter how amorous or passionate you may be, as long as you are straightforward and refrain from causing others embarrassment, no one will mind. But women who are too vain and act pretentiously, to the extent that they make others feel uncomfortable, will themselves become the object of attention; and once that happens, people will find fault with whatever they say or do: whether it be how they enter a room, how they sit down, how they stand up or how they take their leave. Those who end up contradicting themselves and those who disparage their companions are also carefully watched and listened to all the more. As long as you are free from such faults, people will surely refrain from listening to tittle-tattle and will want to show you sympathy, if only for the sake of politeness. I am of the opinion that when you intentionally cause hurt to another, or indeed if you do ill through mere thoughtless behavior, you fully deserve to be censured in public. Some people are so good-natured that they can still care for those who despise them, but I myself find it very difficult. Did the Buddha himself in all his compassion ever preach that one should simply ignore those who slander the Three Treasures? How in this sullied world of ours can those who are hard done by be expected to reciprocate in kind?“

—  Murasaki Shikibu, livro The Diary of Lady Murasaki

trans. Richard Bowring
The Diary of Lady Murasaki

„It is in general the unexplored that attracts us.“

—  Murasaki Shikibu, livro The Tale of Genji

Ch. 9: Aoi
Tale of Genji, The Tale of Genji, trans. Arthur Waley

„Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Etiam egestas wisi a erat. Morbi imperdiet, mauris ac auctor dictum.“

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