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The Contrast between Individual and City in "Record of Facts and a Fictious Story"--A Novel Authored by Wong Ann-yi
"Record of Facts and A Fictious Story" is a novel authored by Wong Ann-Yi. It is a story of feminism, about finding out the origin. In addition to these themes, there is an insight into the contrast between the first person and the city. Firstly, I explore the motif of this novel - a sense of solitude that is originated from the isolation as an alien and the conflict between mother and daughter. Secondly, I describe various aspects of the city from the viewpoint of the first person. The first person, whose state of mind seems like a scrap collector, always sees the city from the edge. Being floating from place to place, the first person resists as well as joints the city. While making up a fiction city, the first person disassembles the existence of the real city - Shanghai - at the same time. However, the sense of solitude is everywhere and everlasting.
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