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The following table (ill. svg. The examples in illustration 2 are adopted from those charts. scripts and shapes Illustration 2: Examples of the origins of hiragana and katakana signs. 29 30 margarita winkel Scripts and Writing in Early Modern Japan Before the official standardization of katakana and hiragana at the beginning of the twentieth century, a specific syllable in Japanese could be represented by various Chinese ideographs or their cursive kana forms. The cursive forms of non-standard characters that were formerly used to represent syllabic sounds are now called hentaigana, kana derived from unusual (‘not standard’) characters.
Kanji and kana were not only vehicles for transmitting information through text, but were also used for decoration, for games, amusement, satire, and (word)play. The world of commercial woodblock printing that developed reflected a highly sophisticated literary and pictorial culture. Printed matter varied from simple pamphlets containing promotional announcements, guide-books, manuals and fiction written in kana to scholarly books in Chinese, as well as elaborately designed full-color woodblock prints.
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