How does the use of dialogue reveal the essence of Hom Hing's personality in Sui Sin Far's story "In the Land of the Free"?
In Sui Sin Far’s short story “In the Land of the Free,” dialogue is used to reveal the traits of Hom Hing’s personality in a number of ways, including the following:
- Hom Hing seems happy and proud when he first discusses his newly arrived son with the immigration officers.
- He seems self-controlled but frustrated when he replies to the officers who question his right to bring his son into the United States.
- He seems determined when he responds to the officers who tell him that his son cannot be admitted to the U. S.
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