Japanese Literature

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Japanese Literature
Japan's greatest writer is considered by many to have been Saikaku. His greatest novel is considered Women Who Loved Love. This told the story of Merchant class women seeking love thus breaking with the ethics of a women fidelity to her husband. During this period the Kabuki Theater came into being. It emphasized violence, music and dramas. The government band women from participating in the plays and soon male actors started playing women.