Chronicles Tokiko’s incarceration with a focus on gender. For the authorities, Tokiko’s actions were doubly problematic, for they were politically subversive while also running against the normative behavior expected of women. To offset the interrogators’ anxiety Tokiko deployed portents as part of her defense strategy. Her experience illuminates the obstacles women faced when they acted against the grain even in the fluid climate of the late Tokugawa.
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