Writing #2 - Li Mengheng Li Mr. Handley Writing #1 July 9,...

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Li Mengheng Li Mr. Handley Writing #1 July 9, 2011 Dear Sister Aloysius, Although I am a woman living in 21th century, your actions in half a century ago still enlighten me now. Your past experience must have left you with a feeling of deep hurt, took love and solicitude away from you, made you lose the faith in the world and become afraid of change. Meanwhile, when Sister James talked about her concern about William London, you said, “Here, there’s no man I can go to, and men run everything… The hierarchy of the Church does not permit my going to the bishop. No.” In these words, I can feel your grievance, antagonism and even hostility towards the male social repression. Moreover, I can also see that you are a tough person – an unsentimental disciplinarian who despises emotional softness, when you said words like “The heart is warm, but your wits must be cold” or “The children should think you see right through them.” I am sorry but I cannot agree with you. It is wonderful to live
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Writing #2 - Li Mengheng Li Mr. Handley Writing #1 July 9,...

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