Question 2: As the mistress of a "serious man" she referred to in her memoirs as "Y", she moved first to Ibaraki Prefecture and then to ________.
Question 3: What did Sada Abe do for a living?
Question 4: As she became more irresponsible and uncontrollable, her parents sold her to a geisha house in [9 ] ________ in 1922, hoping to find her a place in society with some direction.
Question 5: She planned to commit suicide one week after the murder, and practiced [35 ] ________.
Question 6: On May 11, 1936, she pawned some of her clothing and used the money to buy some ________ and a kitchen knife.
Question 7: 1975 - ________'s was released, for a Japan-only audience, but was overshadowed internationally by its more explicit successor that came out the following year. A Woman Called Sada Abe
Question 8: When the film [9 ] In the Realm of the Senses was being planned in the mid 1970s, director Nagisa Oshima apparently sought out Abe and, after a long search, found her, her hair shorn, in a ________ nunnery.
Question 9: Though the prosecution demanded ten years, and Abe claimed that she desired the death penalty, she was in fact sentenced to just six years in ________.
Question 10: Angry that he had implied that the book was based on interviews he had made with her, Abe sued the author, Ichiro Kimura, for libel and ________.