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21.8 Writing and Literature in the Heian Period
21.9 The End of the Heian Period
By: Ashley Hoang
Writing was the most valued form of expression in Heian Japan. Everyone was expected to show skill in using words well. Early Heian writers composed artful poems in Chinese. As time went on, distinctly. Japanese ways of writing developed, both in daily life and in the creation of works of literature.
As known, all good things must come to the end. The Heian Period had many variables that made it fall. The major one was that the important people lost their power.
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