The Dream of the Red Chamber

After reading The Dream of the Red Chamber, write one of these optional prompts:
A) Identify and discuss one or more places where significant information is disguised, withheld from us, or otherwise obscured by the narrator.
B) Identify and discuss one or more examples of intertextuality: that is, places where the novel implicitly or explicitly refers to another text (for instance, another novel, play, piece of
philosophical writing, etc).
C) Identify and discuss one or more places where the novel appears designed to create feelings of suspense, curiosity, or surprise in the mind of the reader. How are these feelings created, and
with what goals in mind?
D) Identify one or more places where the novel plays with the duality of “illusion” versus “reality.”


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