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1. In “Butcher’s Wife” Women’s own complicity in women’s oppression is an important theme. Use specific examples from the story to explore the role of such complicity in the tragedy of Lin Shi. 2. In “Three Inch Golden Lotus” women are said to have actively and sometimes even willingly participated in foot-binding, a practice thought to be invented by men to oppress women. Compare these two works to see how women become accomplices in their own victimization.

2.The relationship between “life on stage” and “life off stage” is an important thematic concern in “Farewell My Concubine.” Use specific examples to discuss how differently and/or similarly Dieyi and Xiaolou each views this relationship and how such differences/similarities have shaped their respective lives and careers. (max 400 words)

3.1. In the novel “Farewell My Concubine,” on page 255, it reads: “He decided to drop by the bathhouse and have a long soak. But when he got there, he saw tht the sign over the entrance had been changed from BATHING IN VIRTUE POOL to read FINLAND BATHS. There wasn’t even any refuge in virtue any more.” What is the implied meaning of this passage? 2. In the movie, unlike in the novel, there is no mention of their being reunited in Hong Kong at all. What is the possible reason for such omission on the part of the movie producer? In the movie, it is suggested that Dieyi commits suicide at the end with that sword, while in the novel, he does not commit suicide and it is said that “he would not die for love”. Compare these two different conclusions and discuss their possible different implications. (max 400 words)

4.1. In “Butcher’s Wife” Women’s own complicity in women’s oppression is an important theme. Use specific examples from the story to explore the role of such complicity in the tragedy of Lin Shi. 2. In “Three Inch Golden Lotus” women are said to have actively and sometimes even willingly participated in foot-binding, a practice thought to be invented by men to oppress women. Compare these two works to see how women become accomplices in their own victimization. (max 500 words)

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