question#1 Gallimard describes Song as the “perfect woman.” What are the characteristics that render her “perfect” according to him? What has shaped his view of the ideal woman? How does Song use...

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Gallimard describes Song as the “perfect woman.” What are the characteristics that render her “perfect” according to him? What has shaped his view of the ideal woman? How does Song use these ideals to seduce Gallimard? And why is Gallimard conflicted when confronted with the possibility of realizing his fantasy with Song?

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Focusing mainly on Act II, scenes 3-9, how does Gallimard’s interpretation of political relations between the East and West parallel his interpretation of personal relationships? What is his view of “Orientals” and how does this view shape his advice on international policies? What are the personal, professional and political consequences of his belief in this view?


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David answered on Dec 27 2019
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He describes the song as perfect women because the song depicts what Gallimard Wants in a wom
an, what qualities he wants in a woman are described and depicted in the song which makes him feel to be happy and the kind of women he wants.
An ideal woman is one who puts their total worth or less than 66 senses are quite hard to find in the today’s time which depicted the ideal women according to Gallimrd.
The fantasies that Gallimard wishes are identified through the song, the desires that he wants to...
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