|Text(Edward G. Seidensticker; The Tale of Genji））|
|<The Sacred Tree> P207-38|
They had become in every way a nunnery: the blinds and curtains, all a drab, gray-green, glimpses of gray and yellow sleeves−melancholy and at the same time quietly, mysteriously beautiful.
<The Jeweled Chaplet> P407-18
For the lady of the locust shell, now a nun, he selected a most dignified habit of a deep blue-gray, a yellow singlet of his own, and a lavender jacket. He sent around messages that everyone was to be in full dress.
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