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  • Memoirs of a Geisha
    Hello! There are a few instances in the novel where Mameha talks to Chiyo about following orders. You can see that concerning matters of principle, the geisha world rarely references the word...

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    Memoirs of a Geisha is written in the first person point of view from the perspective of a young girl who grows up as a Geisha in Kyoto, Japan. As the girl ages, the tone changes. When she is a...

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    In Memoirs of a Geisha, Hatsumomo hated Chiyo/Sayuri for several reasons. Chiyo arrived basically as a servant whom Hatsumomo made fun of just because she could as the important, only geisha in...

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    Themes are ideas, the moral of a story, or messege. It may be about human nature life or society. It includes the characters, plot, setting, and style.

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    Because the novel spans from Chiyo's (or Sayuri) early childhood well into her adult and motherhood years, what we see is a logical progression of growing up away from home and learning to live...

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    In Memoirs of a Geisha, Mameha may be considered a foil to Sayuri early in their relationship because Mameha is all that Sayuri hopes (and needs) to be. Mameha agrees to take on Sayuri as her...

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    I think there are numerous subjects within this novel that could be studied further that would make an interesting research paper. I think certainly (to go a somewhat easy route) you could pick any...

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    Both Mameha and Sayuri are intelligent and kind, and these qualities help them survive and prosper in spite of the many cruelties they must suffer. Mameha is not the most beautiful geisha;...

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    A major theme in Memoirs of a Geisha always reminds me of Stephen Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, specifically Habit #1, Be Proactive. Essentially, this habit reminds us that no...

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    It is in Chapter 10 that Sayuri is told that Hatsumomo ran another geisha out of the district. It is Mameha who reveals this information to Sayuri. Sayuri tells Mameha that she cannot understand...

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    The conflict in Chapter 28 of Memoirs of a Geisha revolves around the arrents of Sayuri's danna General Tottori. The second World War has started and many areas of the country are badly suffering....

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