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The Power of Love in Amy Tan's Joy Luck Club In Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club, Four pairs of mothers and daughters embark upon the journey that is life. Every young lady arrives to realize how valuable the connections with their mothers are. As every kid learns from her mother, she moves through the sometimes-painful procedure for attempting to comprehend her eldest mother. To finally unravel the mystery surrounding their moms is to understand who they, themselves, really are. Suyuan Woo began the "Joy Luck Club" the year she left China. She began the club for a relief from the heartache that she and her buddies experienced "My mom could sense that the women of those families also had unspeakable tragedies they'd left behind in China and hopes that they could not start to express in their fragile English" (1Tan 6). Jing-Mei Woo, the daughter of Suyuan, recalls a story told by her mum, "Over the years she said the same story, except for the end, that grew darker, and casting long shadows in to her life, and eventually into mine"(1Tan 7). Jing-Mei comes to realize that the narrative she believed turned into a fairy tale was an event within her mum's life. As she learned more about her mother's past by her stories of China:" There were things so strange and amazing you can't possibly imagine them...We had been a city of leftovers blended together"(1Tan 8) she comes to respect her mom. If she faces trials of her own she is able to shoot her mother's advice. If Jing-Mei is thirty-six her mother dies of a brain aneurysm, her memory of her mother gives her power, she realizes that her mom felt the same during her lifetime. Suyuan's voice echoes in her mind "Can you imagine h.. .