Running head: RESPONSES1ResponsesStudents NameInstitutionDateRESPONSES2Nam is electrified by the fact that students and staff alike refer to him as Mr. Minamisince it gives him a sense of belonging with the Japanese people who form a significant majorityof his environment at S cooperative. Minami acknowledges the array of excuses he comes upwith to justify himself for accepting that new current name so he would fit in. One such excuse isthat He would have insisted on being known as Nam should there have been any Korean studentwhere he taught (SA-RYANG, 1939).In the second passage, Minami in his encounter chatting with the apprentice driver Yigoes into self-defense pinning the driver down. Minami compares Yi to the man at Odeon standwho uses every moment to declare that He is Korean (SA-RYANG, 1939). Realistically, thatwas far from the truth mainly because Yi was not asking Minami to shout out to all that He wasKorean but to accept it without trying to hide under a bunch of excuses. In the end what surfacesis that comparatively, Mr. Minami is no better than Yamada Haruo who goes the extra mile ofdiscriminating Korean to hide that He was Korean.According ...
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