Maxine Hong Kingston, the "woman warrior" and the author of "The Woman Warrior" have gone through hardships growing up in a Chinese immigrant family, torn between both Chinese and American traditions and ultimately learned to embrace both as she became an adult. She uses her power of words to descript the American experiences of several females in the novel "The Woman Warrior"; Moon Orchid, Brave Orchid, Maxine herself, and the Girl Who Wouldn't Talk. They all have different experiences in America. Although all four women are Chinese living in America, but surprisingly they all have differ…
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