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Theme of Joy Luck Club

Summary: In our lives we come across problems between American culture and our own culture. In this case it's the mixture of American and Chinese culture. A couple of characters have come across these problems; Waverly Jong and Lena St. Clair. Mixtures of Chinese and American cultures result in conflicts in our lives and demonstrated in "The Joy Luck Club" by Amy Tan.
Joy Luck Club Essay

In our lives we come across problems between American culture and our own culture. In this case it's the mixture of American and Chinese culture. A couple of characters have come across these problems; Waverly Jong and Lena St. Clair. Mixtures of Chinese and American cultures result in conflicts in our lives and demonstrated in "The Joy Luck Club" by Amy Tan.

The first character I'm going to talk about is Waverly Jong. The mixture of Waverly, a Chinese and Rich, an American resulted in conflicts throughout their relationship. Waverly had trouble getting a chance to tell her parents that she was getting married so Waverly found the perfect change at her father's birthday dinner. It went band even before the dinner when Lindo had just saw Rich for the first time. "So many spots on his face." (Tan 196) she told...

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