The Story of One White Woman Who Married a Chinese Setting

Edith Maud Eaton
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Minnie and James’ Home

Minnie and James’ house is where the story begins. At this setting, Minnie suffers from a verbally abusive husband. However, her husband’s abuse is subtle, in that it demeans her and undermines her intelligence. Furthermore, Minnie discovers that James tries to cheat on her with Miss Moran at this setting.

Liu Kanghi’s Residence

The Liu household is where Minnie resides after she separates from James. The Liu household represents sanctuary for Minnie, because it provides her with a job, shelter, and newfound love. Furthermore, it provides Minnie with a community so she is not alone after separating from James and altering her life.

Minnie’s New Home

Minnie moves into her new apartment after James sends a threatening letter to the Liu household. She does not want to implicate the Liu family into her problems with James. For some time, Minnie is able...

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