Oriko, twenty-two, was a graduate of Saint Maur Girl's School.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Over time, through the skills of storytellers of various sorts, Oguri's life story developed into a tale that survives today as the grandest example of late medieval-early Edo orally derived narrative.
Though largely concerned with battles coming after [End Page 49] those described in Taiheiki, it also includes a number of waka and narrative episodes.
Then roughly halfway through the brief account this chronicle takes a perceptible stylistic turn, moving into the colloquial-sounding, dialogue-laden language characteristic of setsuwa and quite different from the semi-kanbun flavor of the earlier passages.
He must surely have some valuables on him. We should kill him and take them. What shall we do? One of the robbers answered, "Let's poison his sake and kill him by having him drink it.
They prepared a banquet for Oguri and his men and pressed sake upon them. She had recently become intimate with Oguri. It seems perhaps she had some idea of what was going on. She herself was not drinking the sake, and because of her sympathy for Oguri she whispered to him about what was happening.
So Oguri acted as if he were drinking, but he did not drink any sake at all. Knowing nothing about all this, his men were all laid out drunk.
Then, acting as if he were just going out for a moment, Oguri went into some nearby woods.
He found a fawn colored horse tethered there. This was a horse that the robbers had stolen from a daimyo passing by along the sea route.
But the horse was as wild as could be, and he bit and trampled people, so the robbers had found him useless and left him tied up in the woods. Seeing this, Oguri secretly slipped back into his lodgings, got some of his valuables, mounted the horse, whipped it, and rode off.
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