Fang Fang - Date: September 13, 2010 Multi-cultural China...

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Date: September 13, 2010 Multi-cultural China Professor Lin Inoh Choe Hints - Fang Fang Topic: What kind of person is Ye Sang? How does the progression of the story affect your view of her? Is she overreacting? Although most people would sympathize with her, I felt as if she was taking the situation too far. When people assume the worst, they bring upon themselves more pain and misunderstanding than necessary. Running away from her problems depicts her more as a weak character more akin to wallow in self-pity than taking control of her life. Ye Sang likens herself to water, implying that she is the victim of a possible infidelity case in which she must endure the pain of the injustice dealt to her. As the story progresses, Ye Sang becomes less communicative and stubborn in her approach to the problem. She finds her mentally–handicapped Second sister’s repetitive remarks perceptive and enjoys her company. In fact, she envies the simplicity and worry-free life that Second sister inhabits. However,
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course LLEA 33155 taught by Professor Sylvialin during the Fall '10 term at Notre Dame.

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