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The Joy Luck Club: A Novel by Tan, Amy Published by Vintage (1991) Paperback Taschenbuch – 1000


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6 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 19. Oktober 1999
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Amy Tan writes about four mothers struggling through the hard times in life in order to live a better one in the future. The Joy Luck Club formed by four women in China allowed them to share their stories and forget their worries. These four mothers hoped that raising their daughters in America and raising them the American way will give them a more successful life. They hoped that their daughters will learn to take better steps in life, than to take the wrong ones that their mothers have taken in the past. But the relationship between a mother and a daughter is so deep that they learn that a piece of their mother's personality traits will always be with them. And no matter how Americanized a child may be raised, she will still see a Chinese part of herself inside. Amy Tan really has her own style of writing. She includes Mandarin lines which makes it interesting and her book is so detailed that it seems believable and very realistic. Each page is so touching that it makes me want to go onto the next to read what happens after. I would say that this is one of the best books I have read.
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Stefanie Redden am 14. Mai 2000
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There is an indescribable dimension of powerful stories, lessons. and morals that can be learned and greatly appreciated from The Joy Luck Club. This story is about women's struggles and triumphs, their saddness and joy, and their regrets and hopes. It is a story of achieving success and the American Dream. It is about the powerful relationship existing between mothers and their daughters. This book has many valuable lessons to offer those who read it. It is filled with everyday issues that the youth of today deals with. The generation gaps between parent and child and the history and culture of two different countries make this book very powerful to its readers. This book is full of wisdom embedded into every page, unraveling a beautifully written story. So much is passed down from generation to generation, and each daughter in the story becomes a stronger person through her mothers' past. This book stresses the importance of learning from others' pasts. I enjoyed this book. I applied it to my life and it made me realize how much I have to learn from my mother and from my grandmother. This book teaches life lessons and shows the reader the big picture life. It does this by showing both sides to the same story. The stories in this book are very thought provoking. This was an incredible book.
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 30. August 1998
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The first time I read it, I fell in love with it. I've read it many many more times since and each time was as rich as the last. Please don't give up on this book, if you hate it the first time--try try again. It's worth it! I was really disappointed by the bad reception that some people gave this wonderful novel. This is probably the first book in a long while to let the mainstream see a glance into Asian culture. The novel may not reflect everyone's life EXACTLY but maybe a few elements one will find in their own life. Being a second generation Taiwanese, I related really well to this novel.However; it isn't a novel just for Asians, like the Bluest Eye isn't just for Africa-Americans, it is a story for everyone. I hope it opens up people eye's to see that in truth everyone shares the same gripes, tragedies, joys, and flawed relationships. Many of the stories of generational gaps are right on the mark; my sister and mother both agree that this is an exceptional novel. The film is very good on it's own, but there are a few scenes that are definitly not historically coreect. But for both the remarkable book and film, I cried because it was as familiar as the life I've grown up with.
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 25. August 1998
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I'm a graduate student from mainland China, living in New Jersey right now. I saw the movie on TV two years ago then I borrowed the book from my friends. Frankly, I think this book is pretty boring. As many American people like Chinese food here, but that's quite different from genuine Chinese style. Joy Luck Club is just like the modified Chinese food, many people love it, but you think that is really what's happening in China and you can learn something about Chinese culture from this book, you are absolutely mislead by it. Wild Swans - Three Daughters of China is a much better book, I sincerely recommended it, believe me.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Jenny am 28. März 2000
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"In America I will have a daughter just like me. But over there nobody will say her worth is measured by the loudness of her husband's belch. Over there nobody will look down on her, because I will make her speak only perfect American English. And over there she will always be too full to swallow any sorrow." This was one of the many thoughts that four Chinese women had when coming to America. They all came looking for a better life and a better future.
This book takes place in San Francisco around the 1970's. The four women from China, Suyuan Woo, An-mei Hsu, Lindo Jong, and Ying-ying St. Clair, form the Joy Luck Club. The Joy Luck Club is a gathering of four women, and each week, one of them hosts a party to raise money and they eat special foods that bring good luck. Then they would play mah jong and whoever won got the money. This was their way of keeping their spirits up through their hardships. This was also what brought Jing-mei "June" Woo, Rose Hsu Jordan, Waverly Jong, and Lena St. Clair, together.
A problem that they all share is that since the mothers were born in China and the daughters were born in America, there is more of an inability for them to communicate with each other. The mothers have the tragedies of their childhoods in China in their memories, and the daughters have lived safe and comfortable lives when they were children. This difference in background also helped in the lack of understanding between them. Throughout the novel, all of them recall events in their lives and the lessons they learned from those events or from the people around them. They recall big turning points in their lives that changed them and helped to make them the people they are today.
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