I’m working on a literature question and need support to help me learn.
In what ways do you see “Mothers, Lock Up…” intersecting with our previous readings?
In what ways does this story feels distinctive from our previous readings?
- Why do you think this story about Korean adoptees is told in the genre of horror? (Or, what do you think the impact is of telling this story about Korean adoptees via horror)
- Readings we were read: ” The Woman Warrior” “The Best We Could Do”