Japanese literature

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Japanese literature is literature written in the Japanese language. Early Japanese literature was a lot like Chinese literature because Japan and China had a lot of contact. Over time, Japanese literature became a new style that was different from Chinese literature.

Female authors[change | change source]

Female authors were successful during the Heian period. When the Imperial Court became less powerful, female authors were less successful.

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