question #1 How does Hwang treat the issue of homosexuality? How might one support or refute the interpretation of Song and Gallimard’s relationship as homosexual? Would/could this be considered a...

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How does Hwang treat the issue of homosexuality? How might one support or refute the interpretation of Song and Gallimard’s relationship as homosexual? Would/could this be considered a play that is tolerant of multiple sexual identities? Why or why not?

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Does the play deconstruct (dismantle and challenge) or reinforce gendered positions of male and female? Could we consider the play feminist? or sexist/misogynistic?

please answer this two question in a separate paragraph thanks
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Answer To : question #1 How does Hwang treat the issue of homosexuality? How might one support or refute the...

David answered on Dec 27 2019
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Hwang treats the issue of sexuality as a serious concern for the society. He thinks simila
r to the society which believes more in heterosexuality. The relationship between Gallimard and Song, as per the society should be that of heterosexual and not homosexual. There is definitely a major question of gender inequality and tolerance, that plays a great role when it comes to multiple sexual identities. Hwang tries to dismantle the power of West....
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