Wednesday, September 19

Wednesday, September 19 5. ... Kangsadan Marangsri 2. “Red Motif in The Handmaid’s Tale,” Napasanan Wongchuangchai 3. “Color and Social Status in The ...

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Wednesday, September 19 5. Themed Potluck Breakfast 8:00–9:55 a.m.

6. Ironic Views 8:00–8:30 a.m. Presiding: Narisorn Norasethsataporn Speakers: 1. “The Story of Pronouns in Glaspell’s ‘A Jury of Her Peers,’” Kangsadan Marangsri 2. “Red Motif in The Handmaid’s Tale,” Napasanan Wongchuangchai 3. “Color and Social Status in The Handmaid’s Tale,” Jaisai Wongvoravisitti 4. “Keats’s ‘To Autumn’ and Death,” Jitpimol Sritongkham 1. 2. 3. 4.

Respondents: Thitirat Muangsiri Chonlagarn Incharoensak Patpicha Tanakasempipat Sarinrat Mungboonmob

% 7. Revealing “The German Refugee” 8:30–8:55 a.m. Presiding: Chonlagarn Incharoensak Speakers: 1. “Functions and Effects of Illusions in ‘The German Refugee,’” Burassakorn Gitipotnopparat 2. “The German Refugee’s Gains,” Arpharat Lin 3. “Oskar Gassner’s Downfall: The Nazis’ Underlying Presence in His Lost Battles,” Patpicha Tanakasempipat Respondents: 1. Warittha Kraiwee 2. Jaisai Wongvoravisitti 3. Pakorn Lophongpaibool

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Literary Exchanges An Undergraduate Forum on Literature in English September 17 and 19, 2012 Boromrajakumari Building, Room 504 Faculty of Arts Chulalongkorn University

Monday, September 17 1. Dangerous Games 10:00–10:30 a.m. Presiding: Sarinrat Mungboonmob Speakers: 1. “Zaroff in ‘The Most Dangerous Game,’” Thitirat Muangsiri 2. “Setting in Connell’s ‘The Most Dangerous Game,’” Kittipoom Intra 3. “Zaroff and Rainsford: Hunters Hunted,” Titaya Hengnukun 4. “Fair Game: Psychological Justification and Ethics in ‘The Most Dangerous Game,’” Suteemar Tiencharoen Respondents: 1. Narisorn Norasethsataporn 2. Arpharat Lin 3. Burassakorn Gitipotnopparat 4. Ariya Jhiinapengkad

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2. Small but Dangerous 10:35–11:00 a.m. Presiding: Jaisai Wongvoravisitti Speakers: 1. “Revealing Trifles,” Chonlagarn Incharoensak 2. “Oppressive Trifles,” Warittha Kraiwee 3. “Trifling Trifles,” Kankanid Mitrpakdee Respondents: 1. Suteemar Tiencharoen 2. Kangsadan Marangsri 3. Jitpimol Sritongkhami

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The Danger of Perception

11:05–11:30 a.m. Presiding: Pakorn Lophongpaibool Speakers: 1. “The Pitfalls of Us and Them in ‘Priscilla the Cambodian,’” Juthaporn Jiajanpong 2. “Developing Understanding: The Narrator’s Growth in ‘Priscilla the Cambodian,’” Sarinrat Mungboonmob 3. “Women Crossing the Line in ‘A Jury of Her Peers,’” Narisorn Norasethsataporn Respondents: 1. Napasanan Wongchuangchai 2. Titaya Hengnukun 3. Kankanid Mitrpakdee

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Exploding Categories

11:35–11:55 a.m. Presiding: Jitpimol Sritongkham Speakers: 1. “Unlikely Communication in ‘Priscilla the Cambodian,’” Ariya Jhiinapengkad 2. “Characteristics of Thai People in ‘Priscilla the Cambodian,’” Pakorn Lophongpaibool Respondents: 1. Juthaporn Jiajanpong 2. Kittipoom Intra

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