Relationships In The Joy Luck Club

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When someone first begins to do something, they enjoy it, but has anyone noticed that once a parent starts pushing you to do what you enjoy more than normally, you start to notice that your attention and love for what you did starts to drop. You don’t find pleasure in what you do and it begins to feel like a chore. In the book The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan, you get a chance to see life through the eyes of 8 different women. You get told about their life and the struggles they went through in the past and the ones they are currently going through in the present. Amy Tan expresses that parental pressure and expectations can change the way their children react to them and. In the chapter Four Directions, Waverly Jong, the daughter of Lindo
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