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Dream or Reality?

"The narrative voice ... enters a heavy, dreamlike mode. When the all clear finally sounds and the hum of the metropolis resumes, a central character, who has been venturing a flirtation with another passenger, is jolted into awareness that the possibilities unfolding 'while the city was sealed off' cannot belong to real like. Yet a form of life did surface: however fleetingly, ...enabling a different kind of humanity to emerge" (Puchner, 2012, p. 498). "Sealed off" by Zhang Ailing is referred to as a psychological fiction where dreams and desires surface. How does the narrative: language, description, dialogue, and repetition create the illusion of reality? Be sure to share a quote from the story to support your discussion.Please make your initial post by midweek, and respond to at least one other student's post by the end of the week. Please check the Course Calendar for specific due dates.

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