Joy Luck Club Essay



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Joy Luck Club Essay

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When authors write, they convey their thoughts and ideas into their stories. But when readers read, the readers look at the author’s story through the light of their own pasts, beliefs, and cultures

  • When authors write, they convey their thoughts and ideas into their stories. But when readers read, the readers look at the author’s story through the light of their own pasts, beliefs, and cultures
  • After reading The Joy Luck Club, director Wayne Wang had a specific vision of Amy Tan’s story and incorporated it into a film. Although his version has the same feeling as Tan’s, he has taken many liberties while reinventing the story The Joy Luck Club.

In a 500 word essay, describe at least three major differences between Amy Tan’s novel The Joy Luck Club and Wayne Wang’s film. Give specific examples of the differences and describe why Wang chose to make these changes to the story.

  • In a 500 word essay, describe at least three major differences between Amy Tan’s novel The Joy Luck Club and Wayne Wang’s film. Give specific examples of the differences and describe why Wang chose to make these changes to the story.
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II. Mr. Chong Played the piano.

  • II. Mr. Chong Played the piano.
  • A. Waverly and June fighting at the dinner table.
  • B. Mr. Chong played the piano.
  • C. Book: after the argument, Suyuan told the table June’s quality.
  • D. Movie: Mr. Chong played the piano to smooth tempers.

III. Wang—Transitioned from fight to comment.

  • III. Wang—Transitioned from fight to comment.
  • A. Book—with time—didn’t need transition.
  • B. Scene created Levity.
  • C. While the chapter was about 20 pages, the scene was about 8 minutes
  • D. Mr. Chong peaked around the corner—funny.


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