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Enhancing Mother/Daughter Relationships in Amy Tan's Joy Luck Club One day everything is going great, in fact things couldn't be better and then you say something and your friend turns to you and says "oh my god, you sounded just like your mom". That is when you freak out and think to yourself it is true I'm turning into my mom. That is every daughters worst nightmare come true. When a young woman is growing up her mother always says and does things that the girl vows she will never say and do but she does. Very rarely do we see cases of women wanted to become like their mother but it normally occurs even if they don't need it to. In the novel The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan tells stories of four Chinese immigrant mothers and their connections with the American born brothers. Within this novel, Tan shows us the battle these mothers face in educating their American allies about their legacy. Throughout the novel it will become evident that the daughters feel it's necessary to learn about their history and develop deeper relationships with their moms Throughout the book the reader is introduced to the characters one by one studying in their past and their current lives. Every chapter deals with person stories of connections between husband and wife, mom and daughter, and even daughter and daughter. Every story helps the reader learn how significant the mother infant relationship is at The Joy Luck Club. First, Suyuan Woo who is actually dead but story is informed by her daughter Jing-Mei Woo. Suyuan Woo started the Joy Luck Club if she arrived to America so she along with other Chinese guys would discuss Chinese culture and how to carry on traditions and create living conditions better for her...