What is the motive of Songsam in "Cranes."

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Let us remember that this story concerns the ways in which civil war can divide families and friends. This is precisely the situation that Songsam and Tokchae find themselves in, as suddenly, Songsam is charged with killing his former childhood friend. However, as the story goes on, Songsam is filled with memories of their friendship and love for each other, and begins to understand how the war has created an artificial boundary and separation between them. Looking for some way in which...

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