1. Discuss different kinds of “crossings” that take place in the three stories we have read, “Record of a Journey to Manchuria,” “Railroad Crossing,” and “Tenma.” – Please read three reading sources first. Consider the following related issues: What kinds of boundaries exist and are crossed by characters? Who crosses these boundaries? For example, we can think of geographical borders (from city to country, from one location to another within the expire), cultural borders (Japanization, Koreanization, Westernization, Sinification), ethnic boundaries (Koreans passing as Japanese or Koreans acting like Chinese, without the intention of passing necessarily), boundaries between ages and professions are various boundaries and borders crossed by characters?; Do characters improve their situation and/or end up further being taken advantage of or experience loss of some kind when they cross these borders?; When they cross these boundaries, how do their “identities,” i.e., their own sense of belonging and being who they are, get transformed?; If they cross one kind of border (for example, geographical border), does that lead to crossing other kinds of borders? Some of these “crossings” I mention above are more obvious examples. You can be creative and come up with many other kinds of crossings that you observe in these stories.
Cite 2-3 examples from EACH of the following 3 texts, totaling 8 examples for topic # 1: “Record of a Journey to Manchuria,” “Railroad Crossing,” and “Tenma.” Your paper should consist of your close and detailed analysis of these textual examples, not just textual examples or your paraphrasing or summary of them
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