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