No Name Woman
• The narrator listens to her mother's story about how the narrator's father and her aunt's husband leave China for America in 1924.
• The narrator's aunt becomes pregnant in China after her husband has left and kills both herself and her baby after delivering the child.
• The narrator considers the different ways in which her aunt could have become pregnant.
• The narrator comments on several Chinese customs.
• The narrator re-tells the story of her aunt's death, this time explaining her aunt's suicide and her aunt's baby's death as an act of love.
• The narrator's mother tells the narrator never to speak of her aunt, so the narrator feels like she is punishing her aunt.
• The narrator feels like her aunt's ghost is haunting her because the ghost is suffering.
• The narrator explains that Chinese girls listen to stories to learn how they should act in...
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