THE SIGNIFICANCES OF JAPAN’S CHERRY BLOSSOMS: PART THREE

Here, we shall encounter Japan’s cherry-blossom as not only unstable in what it has been seen as embodying. Throughout Japanese cultural history, it has simultaneously embodied instability – instability of authority, of sex as ‘necessarily’ procreative, and of gender.

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