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Work with two or three other people. Read Catfish and Mandela.
As each of you does so, note the shifts made by Andrew as he moves through the cultures
he encounters. He is on a personal quest to discover where he belongs, who he is.
a. What do the cultures seem to tell him about truth, about whether he belongs, or
how he belongs?
b. Does his perception of himself as Vietnamese change over the course of his
memoire? If so, what explains those changes: His interpretations of the culture,
his conclusions about where he belongs, the people he meets, the experiences he
has? How do the changes and contexts encountered change what he sees as truth?
c. Does the methods of communication used by Andrew vary from one cultural
context to another? Is he bold, or withdrawn, as he encounters new realities?
d. How does Andrew’s se of English and Vietnamese truly allow him to see himself
in different ways? Is he the same person when using these two languages? If not,
what changes as he moves from one language to another?