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The Joy Luck Club

Summary: Essay describes the theme and the character of "The Joy Luck Club."
Inside four families, there were four Chinese immigration mothers and their American-born daughters. They each had a different story, and told by their different point of views. Jing-mei (June) had taken her mother's place playing mahjong in a little club, which united in China and later brought to San Francisco. The club was united back in the twentieth century by sharing unspeakable loss and hope, so the four Chinese mothers called it the Joy Luck Club.

In the story, the four major character traits were the contribution of the conflict. Jing-mei was the main character of the book, a teenager girl who always had a trouble relationship with her mother, Suyuan. In the novel, Jing-mei spoke for herself as an American girl and also spoke for her deceased mother. After Suyuan died, Jing-mei had taken Suyuan's place, she could never understand why her mother was never...

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