With the publication in 1989 of her first novel, “”The Joy Luck Club””, Amy Tan was immediately recognized as a major contemporary novelist.
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Her work explores the lives of the women in four Chinese-American families and the daughters who struggle to fulfill or reject the cultural and familial expectations placed on them.
This new edition offers a selection of diverse critical voices that explore and elucidate the intricate relationships that course through the novel. Complete with an introduction from literary scholar Harold Bloom, this study guide also features a chronology, a bibliography, an index, and notes on the contributors.
Topic: Amy Tan,Chinese-American families,Chinatown
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