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by Amy Tan

This book looks at he lives of four Chinese women in pre-1949 China and the lives of their daughters who were born in California. The 8 stories illustrate some of the commonalities and differences between the mothers and daughters.

Critical sites about The Joy Luck Club

Feng Shui, Astrology, and the Five Elements: Traditional Chinese Belief in Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club
This essay explores how “Tan draws on astrology in The Joy Luck Club in order to shape character and conflict.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Patricia L. Hamilton
From: MELUS Summer, 1999

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