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  1. Compare and contrast ways in which David Guterson and Grahame Greene present painful conflict in love relationships that cross boundaries within Snow falling on Cedars and The End of the Affair

    For despite claiming regularly that the text is a "record of hate"4 Bendrix retracts this statement retrospectively: "When I began to write I said this was a story of hatred, but I am not convinced. Perhaps my hatred is really as deficient as my love."5. One difference in the two women, however, is the role of influences in enforcing this selflessness. Hatsue is indoctrinated from a young age by her teacher Mrs Shigemura, who tells her to keep avoid the Americans and to "marry a boy of your own kind".

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