Traversing Through Linguistic and Cultural Barriers: The Joy Luck Club written by Amy Tan
Just the other day, I had an argument with my mother about what kind of music we wanted to listen to in the car. Everyone struggles with communication and being able to identify with parents or other guardians at some point in their life. In The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan the characters must struggle not only with the generation gap, but also linguistic and cultural barriers. Despite their daughter's American upbringing, the mothers attempt to keep them submerged in Chinese culture by using language and double talk as weapons. The mothers also depend on story telling as a way to tell their…
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