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Joy Luck Club Essay

Summary: Throughout the Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan projects the characters personalities. Their personalities and characteristics change and advance positively in mother daughter relationships. This results in a more positive ending for each of their stories.
The Joy Luck Club Essay

My paper will prove that in the Joy Luck Club, Jing-Mei Waverly Jong, Lena St. Clair, and Rose are influenced by culture by different events that their family's. Throughout the story, Amy Tan projects the characters personalities. Their personalities and characteristics change and advance positively in mother daughter relationships. This results in a more positive ending for each of their stories.

Jing-Mei is an outcast, yet an independent. Jing-Mei does not like to be controlled or influenced by others. In the begging of the story, Jing-Mei is forced by her mother to play piano, even though she doesn't want to. This causes Jing-Mei to have a tough personality as well. As the story progresses Jing-Mei thinks that she has let her mother down. Not playing piano anymore and not following the culture of her mother results in disappointing her mother. This...

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