|Text(Edward G. Seidensticker; The Tale of Genji）|
|<Trefoil Knots> P854-38|
Oigimi's thoughts, indeed, were making her physically ill. It was true, then: he had, after all, the shifting hue of the dewflower. She had heard about that. She had heard, albeit in general terms, that men were good at lying, that many a sweet word went into the pretense of love..
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