Re: Mon and law and names oh my
> Had to go there too - I have a western persona (1560's Londonizedto
> Scot) as well as the same year Japanese. The various "awards" had
> go to the Scot (Seamus), but with my household, I was Jutte.I wouldn't say I *had* to develop a Western persona, Elmar. After
all, I have studied all the extant Irish textiles and I just couldn't
see not using that info in the SCA.
To date, all of my awards were awarded to Fujiwara no Aoi. Only my
Maunche was awarded to Caisin nic Annaidh, but I was told quite
emphatically before the populace at Court that both Lady Fujiwara and
Lady Caisin were receiving the accolade.
And the East isn't usually known for being liberal-thinking... ;)
My Laurel, Ohashi-katsutoshi, was the first Japanese persona to be
given Laurels in the East Kingdom. He has no Western persona, though
he "dresses down" sometimes...
aka Fujiwara no Aoi-hime
and staying that way!
- Joshua Badgley wrote:
> I am looking for a copy of the Rodriguez's famous book on JapaneseYou might have better luck if you try the Japanese name, "Nihongo
> grammar, but can't seem to find one. I have put in an ILL (Inter-library
> loan) request, but after talking to them, it looks like it might be handy
> to see what kind of information I can gather her as to what copies and
> publications are available. I know that Hiraizumi-dono has one copy, and
> wondered if he or others might be able to give me a helping hand on
> tracking down this elusive source. Any help would be appreciated.
daibunten." Since it's really something that's only available "in Japanese"
that's the title the publishers and libraries tend to use.