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Essay | The Joy Luck Club: The Mother Daughter Relationship

This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of The Joy Luck Club.
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The Joy Luck Club: The Mother Daughter Relationship

Summary: Discusses the relationships between mothers and daughters in The Joy Luck Club, by Amy Tan. Describes the lessons each mother tries to impart to her daughter.
The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan is about mothers trying to teach their daughters lessons, but the daughters do not understand. All four mothers went through hardships to learn this lesson when they were young and now they try to teach their daughters the right mix of American culture and Chinese principles. The daughters are unable to understand where their mothers are coming from and they just ignore them. In the novel the mothers cant express the lessons that they learned as children, to their daughters because they don't understand; they finally understand when they are older.

Throughout the entire novel An-mei tried to teach her daughter rose the importance of strength and to stand up for yourself, like Popo had taught her. First of all, when Popo gets sick, Tai-Tai came to visit. Auntie unwillingly lets Tai-Tai into Popo's room...

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