Comparison Of Jade Moon And Mulan

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Throughout this book I always thought how similar Jade Moon’s character and story are to the Disney Movie, Mulan. Jade Moon and Mulan have been secluded to the real world only knowing the boundaries of her country home and farm in China. Their fathers and grandfathers raised them and they only had “nushi” the housekeeper to be their example of a woman. Jade Moon and Mulan are very curious girls who want to see the world and experience all the things life has to offer. Everyone including their own family always holds them from their potential because they don't want their daughter to get hurt. The world is a tough place and not meant for girls to be alone they say. Due to this Jade Moon has a lot of internal conflict questioning if she should

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