Sinking by Yu Ta Fu
- While the narrator in “Sinking” yearns to return to the “Peach Blossom Spring,” he also expresses the desire of being his “Eve” in the “Garden of Eden.”
a. If these “two” pastoral realms can be merged into “one,” what would the “combined” pastoral garden look like?
The narrator is talking about a chinese utopian
b. If “Peach Blossom Spring” represents the Chinese paradise, and the “Garden of Eden” the western one, what kinds of modern “political” visions does the narrator project for China as a nation, or national community?
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