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Please analyze these prompts that is submitted. Please be specific and not vague

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Please analyze these prompts that is submitted. Please be specific and not vague. Attached here are the notes for the heartless and naktong river literature. please refer and use the notes to make the essay more specific in portraying the idea. Attached are the readings too please use them.
These are the instructions
Paper # 1: 25 % of the whole grade
Length: 750 (minimum) ~ 900 (maximum) words, double-spaced. (Approximately 250 words per page. Total minimum 3
~ maximum 3 ½ pages.)
Please respond to BOTH prompts.
Please make sure you tie your readings closely to the textual details in the given passages and scenes.
No formal citation needed. Do the following for citation.
–For the story, you can do the following: p. 23, Na Hye-sok.
–For the film, you can describe the textual details (aural, visual details and dialogs) from the given scenes. Refer to the
details and scenes clearly, making sure you let us know what you are referring to.
Please refer to “Close Reading Techniques” and “Composition Hints” under “General Materials” on Canvas.
1. The Heartless (1 ½ pages)
Analyze the following passages by connecting them by focusing on the gendered construction of
modern subjects, Hyong-sik and Yong-ch’ae. The majority of your response should provide a
detailed analysis of the two respective passages, first. And then at the end, devote a short paragraph
(2~4 sentences) to connecting your analysis of the passages to one another.
1) Shall I place a desk between us and sit face-to-face with her as I teach? Then our breaths would
meet. Her upswept hair would occasionally brush against my forehead. Our knees would touch ever
so lightly beneath the desk. Hyong-sik blushed and smiled at the thought. No, no, he thought. What
if I should sin, if only in my thought?….. It would be rude to a woman for me to have bad breath…. He
could test for bad odors by smelling his breath as it reflected against his hand and into his nose.
Alas, he thought, why am I having such bad thoughts? Am I that weak? He clenched his fists and
tried with all his might to rid himself of these feeble thoughts, but strange flames began to rise in
this breast.
2) That was how Yong-ch’ae became a kisaeng. She had by no means become a kisaeng because she
wanted to but because she thought she might be able to help her old father. In actuality, not only
was she unable to save her father and brothers with the money for which she sold herself, but the
man who had said he would help her took the money that was paid for Yong-ch’ae and ran off
somewhere, abandoning his wife and home. Yong-ch’ae’s father, moreover, starved himself to death
in prison after he heard that Yong-ch’ae had sold herself to become a kisaeng in order to save her
father.
2. “Naktong River” (1 ½ pages)
Analyze the following passages by connecting them by focusing on the story’s construction of Rosa
as a feminist socialist. The majority of your response should provide a detailed analysis of the three
respective passages, first. And then at the end, devote a short paragraph (2~4 sentences) to
connecting your analysis of the passages to one another.
1) Since then, on this earth, no, on this peninsula, a specter roams. With the force of an
eagle coursing through the sky. That specter (monster) is socialism. A mound of eggs it
leaves wherever it passes, as numerous as those spouting forth from the rear of a crawling
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female moth. The Youth Movement, the Farmer’s Movement, the Social Equality Movement,
the Labor Movement, the Women’s Movement . . .
2) For her parents, her appointment to the post of “p’animgwan” was their first true great honor
ever. They said, “Our daughter is a p’animgwan now, so why should we carry on like this?” Her
father had quit being a butcher and had the nerve to want to go off to where his daughter was
working, to live the life of the “new yangban.”
3) Strengthened by love and ideology, Rosa changed and developed. One day, quite by chance, they
talked of Rosa Luxemburg, and Sŏng-un joked, “Your surname is Ro, so why don’t we just call you
Rosa from now on?” And so after he urged her to become a true Rosa, the jest became reality, and
she changed her name to Rosa.

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