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Thursday May 9 (in class)

Please provide the following information at the top left corner of your exam answers:your name, course number and section (WMNST 352, sec 1 or 2). Please number your answers clearly.Your answers should be typed, stapled, and double-spaced.Write 2 pages for each answer.You may use lecture materials, class readings, and films viewed in class to answer the questions.Late exams will not be graded.Answer three of the following questions in a short essay format.

1.In “Unspeakable Things Unspoken,” Toni Morrison tells us her impression of Sula as a character in her novel entitled Sula:“I always thought of Sula as quintessentially black, metaphysically black, if you will, which is not melanin and certainly not unquestioning fidelity to the tribe.She is new world black and new world woman extracting choice from choicelessness, responding inventively to found things.Improvisational.Daring, disruptive, imaginative, modern, out-of-the-house, outlawed, unpolicing, uncontained and uncontainable.And dangerously female” (Galehouse 1).What does Morrison mean by this statement?Compare and contrast the characters Sula and Nel in this novel, and discuss their Black female friendship.

2. The poets we read in class include:Audre Lorde, Cherrie Moraga, Gloria Anzaldua, Rishma Dunlop, Marilyn Chin, and Opal Palmer Adisa.Choose two poets we read in class and discuss some of themes they explore in the poems we read.Some possible themes to reflect include:race/racism, displacement, personal and cultural survival, voice/silence, sexuality, borders and borderlands, love, resistance to systemic discrimination, violence and healing, language, and so on.

3. We watched three feature films in class:Room; Carol; and The Danish Girl.Critically analyze one of the films we watched from a feminist perspective.Discuss the main characters and two relevant themes in the film.

4. In Chorus of Mushroom, Hiromi Goto engages with different themes:elders as the touchstone of the past and the art of storytelling; problems of assimilation and the importance of ethnic/cultural difference; issues of language and culture; the relation between food and ethnic identity; the questioning of normative gender script of womanhood; deconstructing stereotypes of ethnic minorities and Asian women; voice and silence; women’s relationship with each other as grandmothers, mothers and daughters, and the passing on of traditions, memories and storytelling; and the role of some compassionate men to witness and hear women’s life stories.Choose two of the themes mentioned and discuss them in details.

5. The writing of autobiography or the telling of one’s life story always involves memory and recollections intertwine with fiction and inventive imagination.Discuss how memory or recollection is important in Linda Hogan’s memoir The Woman Who Watches Over the World.How does Hogan address the wounds of colonized history for Native Americans, and how does she deal with personal and cultural healing, social change and the retelling of history?What does Hogan mean by the metaphor “the woman who watches over the world”?Why is life writing important for ethnic minority writers such as Linda Hogan?

6. By not declaring the sex and gender identities of the narrator in Written On the Body, Jeanette Winterson opens up her novel to multiple readings.The text is interpreted differently with each reader.Some critics have read the novel as a lesbian feminist story that tries to remap and celebrate the female body and sexuality against patriarchal, heterosexual understanding of femininity, while other critics have viewed the narrative as conventional heterosexual romance.How does Winterson trouble and subvert our understanding of heterosexual romance, desire, sex/gender identities and the body in this novel?Is it an effective strategy by Winterson to make the gender of the narrator undeclared?

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