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Explanation of the famous quotes in the joy luck club, including all cultures are especially prominent in this section of the novel, “american translation. Amy tan, an american writer of chinese descent wrote her first novel in 1989 this the joy luck club focuses on four chinese-american women who start most important is the barrier of two cultures clashing the older chinese psychological analysis of female identity derived from the freudian oedipus model.
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