The Joy Luck Club Essay | Motherhood in the The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan

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Motherhood in the The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan

Summary: This essay explores the protectiveness and love of the mother and how it relates to the theme of The Joy Luck Club written by Amy Tan. Like Teneva Jordan brilliantly said, "A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie." One cannot fathom the numerous sacrifices their mother has made for them and for this reason we neglect and under appreciate our mothers.

Motherhood

Along the dark and dreary street, I dribbled the basketball, pounding it upon the cement, hearing the echoes of it on the street. I was walking home for a stringent game of basketball, and I was fatigued and famished, when the screech of a cat suddenly awoke my to my senses, and through the black fog of the night I could see it swiftly scampering towards a smaller kitten and moving it towards safety as I approached them. It saw me as a predator, as a creature that was trying to cause it and its little baby harm. I didn't take offense to this but rather I realized the amazing qualities and protectiveness that a mother has for its child. It is not because a mother is domineering but rather it is the love it has for its kid...

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