A. Answer the question:
Qiu Miaojin, Notes of a Crocodile (trans. Bonnie Huie).
Answer the following questions: List five things about Qiuâ€™s novel that you appreciated or enjoyed, and five things that made you uncomfortable or that you did not like. Would you feel differently about the novel if it was written by your best friend? What would be different if Qiu wrote the novel today? If you were going to write a novel about your experience of life at a foreign university, what would you write?
B. WATCH Yan Yan Makâ€™s Butterfly before class: Mak, Yan Yan (éº¥å©‰æ¬£). Butterfly (wuh dihp/hu die è´ è¶ ). In Cantonese with English subtitles. < http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0440939/> 2004. OR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bo8c9lZGUE
Answer the following questions: What was unique about the film? What languages are spoken in the film, and by whom? Did it end the way you thought it would? What are the backgrounds of the main actors? What if you read the film as an allegory for the political relationship between Taiwan and Hong Kong?
C. Read (or view) any one of the following and summarize it in your own words: 1. Chen Xue, â€œSearching for the Lost Wings of the Angel,â€ trans. Fran Martin, in Angelwings: Contemporary Queer Fiction from Taiwan. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2003: 167-189.
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