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The Joy Luck Club: Struggles in Immigration

Summary: Explains the problems between different cultures during an immigration through The Joy Luck Club.
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The Joy Luck Club was written in 1989 in Oakland by Amy Tan. Tan is an American writer, she was born in Oakland, California in 1952 but she has a very strong Chinese ancestry. When she was young, her father and a brother die, then, her and her mother move to Switzerland, where she finished the high school. Tan studied English and linguistic back in the Bay Area. In her work and best seller The Joy Luck Club Tan shows us the Chinese culture and the problems of immigration. Although the immigrations are result of a necessity of a new life, there are some cultural backgrounds that nobody can leave behind. The lost of identity is one of the mayor problems that immigration involves. Tan also makes it visible the struggle of keeping the traditions and believes alive. In the new generations...

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