So far this semester we have been offered two representations of the border, one from LuisellisTell Me How It Ends and the other from Herreras Signs Preceding the End of the World. WhileLuisellis work focuses on the various bureaucratic processes that many refugees face whileseeking asylum to the US, Herrera portrays the border as a threshold that the novels protagonisthas to cross in order to bring back her brother. In this sense then, the border has become a sightof imagination, a thing created and recreated anew by various authors with the aspiration ofcapturing the visceral fear and emotion that exists on both its sides. The question then is: whatare some ways in which Luiselli and Herreras representations of the border, and the arduousENGL 113 AY FALL 2020Final Paper Writing Promptsjourney leading up to it, overlap and differ, and why are these similarities and/or differencesimportant? Bearing in mind that Luisellis text is an essay and Herreras a fiction, is theimagination of the border limited by a certain form of writing? Or, more generally, how do theseauthors imagine the border, the journey and the arrival, and does that conception prove to beinsightful, problematic, incomplete?
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