• A Glimpse Into Amy Tan
    . Work Cited Feng, Pin-chia. "Amy (Ruth) Tan." American Novelists Since World War II: Fifth Series. Ed. James R. Giles and Wanda H. Giles. Detroit: Gale Research, 1996. Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 173. Literature Resource Center. Web. 22 Nov. 2011. McCarthy, Joanne. "Amy Tan." Magill’S...
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  • The Story East Meets West
    while of her actions, Jing-Mei’s mother finally says that she does not have to play. This is Jing-Mei first victory over her mother. The Works cited Tan, Amy. “Two Kinds”. English 1302. Literature, Craft and Voice....
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  • “Two Kinds”, Conflicts
    the end of the story, Jing Mei seemed to understand the reason why the conflicts exist. She truly understand herself who is shaped be two culture. Work Cited Amy Tan. Two Kinds. Kriszner, & S. R. Mandell, Literature: Reading, Reacting, Writing, Seventh Edition (pp. 694-702). Boston: Wadsworth Cengage Learning....
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  • You and Me
    Kinds from The Joy Luck Club”, mainly describing the challenges facing immigrants to the country. The main contrast between the two works is that Amy Tan’s characters struggled with cultural identity, Old World versus the New. On the other hand, Santiago Baca described persecution from the working...
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  • Two Halves of the Same Song
    . Works Cited Tan, Amy. "Two Kinds." Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing. 8th ed. Eds. Edgar V Roberts and Henry E. Jacobs. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 2007. 194-201....
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  • Central Conflict Between Mother and Daughter in Alice Walker’s "Everyday Use" and Any Tan’s “Two Kinds”
    rather than continuously search for something they are not. Works Cited Tan, Amy. “Two Kinds.” The Story and Its Writer: An Introduction to Short Fiction. Ed. Ann Charters. Compact 6th ed. Boston:Bedford/St. Martin’s P, 2003. 1278-9. Walker, Alice. “Everyday Use.” The Story and Its Writer: An Introduction to Short Fiction. Ed. Ann Charters. Compact 6th ed. Boston:Bedford/St. Martin’s P, 2003. 1360-4....
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  • Essay 2: with and Without Mother
    life by having mother with you or by not having mother with you. Work Cited Quindlen, Anna. “Mothers” Exploring Literature Ed. Frank Madden 5th ed. New York: Longman, 2012. 13. Print. Tan, Amy. “Two Kinds” Exploring Literature Ed. Frank Madden 5th ed. New York: Longman, 2012. 13. Print....
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  • Two Kinds
    before.   Works Cited Tan, Amy. “Two Kinds.” Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing, 5th compact edition. Edgar V. Roberts and Robert Zweig. Boston: Longman, 2012. 192-199. Print....
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  • Birmingham Jail
     teacher. Lindo Jong, whom she calls Auntie Lindo, is one of her mother's closest friends. Waverly Jong is Lindo's daughter. She was around Amy's age and they were close friends at times. Work Cited Tan, Amy.   "Two Kinds".   Literature:   An Introduction to Reading and Writing.   8th ed.   Eds. ...
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  • Compare
    are different in that they are on different subjects; they have different purposes and different ways of getting their point across. Amy uses her personal experiences and Isaac uses hard facts.   Bibliography Asimov, Isaac. Those Crazy Ideas Tan, Amy. Mother Tongue   Works Cited (1) Tan...
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  • Characterization of Two Kinds and Who's Irish
    between generations. In their novels, Tan and Jen pinpoint the cause of this unbalance in the active dismissal of Chinese mothers by their Chinese-American children. Works Cited Tan, Amy. Two Kinds. 1. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2010. 43-48. Print. Jen , Gish. Who's Irish?. 1. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2010. 105-110. Print....
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  • Two Kinds
    Cited Tan, Amy. “Two Kinds.” Portable Literature: Reading, Reacting, Writing. Ed. Kirszer, Lauire and Stephen Mandell. Massachusetts: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. 2013. Print. ...
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  • Politics of Language
    you are using it correctly depending on the situation you are in because it can affect everything and everyone around you if not used properly according to who is hearing it. Works Cited Page "Is Texting Ruining the English Language? | Youth Radio." Youth Media International...
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  • History Now
    Due Date Tasks Friday, 2/3/2012 Begin Unit: Loyalty and Betrayal, Section A, Order and Chaos Order and Chaos: Introduction Section Warm-Up: Product Loyalty Loyalty vs. Betrayal Literary Elements: Symbolism Tutorial: Symbols and Symbolism Reading 1: "Two Kinds," by Amy Tan Practice...
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  • Joy Luck Club
    dose not know anything about her mother. But in my opinion, she has try to communicate or to understand her mother, but what conduces that is the differences and misunderstanding of the two kinds of culture and experiences. Throughout the story, Tan shows that the lack of communication is also a...
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  • Two Kinds vs. Yellow Wallpaper
    the author’s childhood and the way they grew up. Works Cited Gilman, C. P. (2007). The Yellow Wallpaper. In R. Abcarian, & M. Klotz, Literature: The Human Experience (pp. 729-741). USA: Bedford/ St Martins. Tan, A. (2007). Two Kinds. In R. Abcarian, & M. Klotz, Literature: The Human...
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  • The Power of Language
    kind of language will also be used in their future life. And they may find the answer when they are greeting people using the also broken phrase “long time no see”. Work Cited Amy Tan. “Mother Tongue” Writing As Revision.Ed.EdthAlvarado and Barbara Cully.2010.27-31.Print...
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  • 2 Kinds
    Two Kinds Summary - Amy Tan - Masterplots II: Short Story Series, Revised Edition 頁1/3 Welcome, Amy My Account My Profile Logout Search LITERATURE QUESTION & ANSWER Literature Study Guides DISCUSSION Literary Criticism DOCUMENTS Salem on Literature TEACHERS COLLEGE...
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  • Motherhood in Literature
    been the inspiration and have been portrayed in many different types of work including film, poetry, novels, short fiction and more. Two works studied this semester present two very different mothers that, despite their differences, share many motherly qualities. The mothers in question are from...
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  • Two Kinds vs. Expectations and Development
    fit together perfectly. In the article “Analysis of Two Kinds by Amy Tan” the author says, “Rather than giving such an instructional textbook guessing about what is right or wrong, a narrative style of writing may be the best reference to look into for readers to judge by ourselves and generate...
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