Analysis Of The Struggle To Be An All-American Girl

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“There comes a point in life where you no longer care if there’s a light at the end of the tunnel or not. You’re just sick of the tunnel”. “The Struggle to Be an All-American girl” by Elizabeth Wong explains how hard it is to cope with different cultures. Throughout the world, there are an abundance of diverse cultures, each truly unique in comparison to another. I would like to start off with the definition of Culture, which is an organized system of learned behavior. Characteristics of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine to social habits that ties many parts together that are interconnected. The writer describes her discomfort of going to a Chinese school. The theme in this article is applied from what we, as readers understand. Wong’s tone in this article clearly portrays how disgusted, Aggrieved, apathetic and angry she is about her childhood spent different from what she preferred. The author’s purpose is to clearly highlight the difficulties in living in an unusual culture and to show differences in principles and what people go through. The theme tone and author’s purpose is to clearly explain what being obliged into something obviously means. Do not force your children to your own teachings for they were born in another time. When you are forced into a different culture you might face many difficulties. In this article the writer explains what she encountered in a Chinese school as an American girl. Wong describes
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