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AuthorYang Juan
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Date of this edition 2006
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Typed 2006-12-20 by Brett Zamir
Posted 2006-07-06 by Brett Zamir
Proofread 2006-12-20 by Brett Zamir
Formatted 2006-12-20 by Brett Zamir
Classified in Fiction
Abstract An existential yet emotionally-charged dialogue between two young women.
Notes This essay was written by a young woman from China (English name, "Yeasany"), who was my university student at the time. Despite her limited English, I could see this was a most penetrating short story. I corrected a few small language issues but mostly left the essay as she wrote it. This is posted with her permission.

There is no mention of the Bahá'í Faith, but it does contain moral themes. [-B.Z.]

Tags Dialogue (general); Ethics; Fiction
Locations China
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