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As in her other books, Amy Tan digs through the layers of a family’s history, the story melding the past — and another culture — with the present and Western culture. The daughter’s relationship with her mother propels the book, yet it’s the mother’s gripping story of her childhood and young adulthood that makes this book such a good read.
posted Apr 11, 2007 at 12:54PM
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Amy Tan gives a unique voice to the generational and cultural hurdles between mothers and daughters.
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Lives with Art;.
Ruth's mother; has a diary of her whole life.