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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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