Why is Genji so admired to the point of adulation by almost everyone he encounters in the Tale of Genji? What is it about Him that in the eyes of his contemporaries makes him a veritable paragon...

Why is Genji so admired to the point of adulation by almost everyone he encounters in the Tale of Genji?

What is it about Him that in the eyes of his contemporaries makes him a veritable paragon of male perfection?

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