Who is the narrator in Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress?
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Also asked, is Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress banned in China?
There is more bad news, however: the film version of Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress is banned in China, too. "The official response is that the film most probably will never be allowed to be screened in China," Dai says.
Likewise, why does the Little Seamstress leave Phoenix Mountain? The Little Seamstress explains that she leaves because she learned about the power of a woman's beauty. The Little Seamstress, as a rural victim of Mao's policies, had little opportunity to develop a self-worth and individual identity.
Secondly, who wrote Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress?
How does the little seamstress change?
The narrator develops a personal philosophy because of what he reads, and the Little Chinese Seamstress gains the courage to change her life from Balzac's work. Likewise, the narrator gets pleasure from adding his own embellishments to the novels he reads aloud to the Little Seamstress.