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The Joy Luck Club, by Amy Tan shows a set of families and their difficulties throughout their lifetimes. In a part of this publication Lindo Jong, a Chinese mother, is reflecting and explaining the last that she endured; especially one special experience that had a serious effect on her life. She, like many other characters in books, is eventually pulled to a scenario in which there are two possible choices that will impact the life span of their personality in a significant manner and also at that scenario the character much make a tricky choice between the two. Lindo Jong was still young when this conclusion arose and has been forced into an arranged marriage with a different wealthy, well off family, the Huangs. Even though she was to wed the son of their household, once she arrived she realized her position in the family as a person on par with a slave. After studying the job that a wife does, Jong starts appreciate the life there pretty since she perfected her cooking and other skills which were forced upon her. This enables her to live without being chased with the wealthier family, as a result of her famous ski...