Joy Luck Club by: Amy Tan
The character I could relate to is Waverly Jong because we both deal with our mother's criticism.
Into her adult life, she finds herself restrained by her subconscious fear of letting her mother down and im also scared to let my mom down when I graduate from high school and go off to college. Waverly mother compares her to other people my mom compares me too my sister. Waverly was once a gifted chess champion, but quit after feeling that her mother was using her daughter's talent to show off, taking credit for Waverly's wins something similar to that happened to me when I started running track.
The novel Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan is about four Chinese American immigrant families in San Francisco who started a club named "The Joy Luck Club". Every thursday night they play a chinese game of mahjong for money while feasting on a variety of food. The book is divided into four parts somewhat like a mahjong game. The four sections is to create sixteen chapters. The three mothers and four daughters each have dramatic stories in the book with two sections focusing on the stories of the mothers and two sections on the stories of the daughters.The four mothers meet at the First
Chinese Baptist Church in San Francisco and agree to continue to meet to play mah