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“Ouch! That’s hot!”is what a little boy would say when he takes a cookie off a hot oven pan. His hands will blister and hurt, but he will never grab the cookie off the pan again. Life is all about learning form experiences. The Joy luck club by Amy tan, is about 4 mother’s and their daughters and each ones cycling from purity to soiling back to cleansing again. As the mother’s travel from Asia to America, they encounter” unspeakable” tragedies in which they learn life lesson’s from. Each mother hoping to teach their daughters lessons that she has learn so that her daughter does not have to experience tragedyfirst hand Lindo is one of the mother that experience an unhappy arranged marriage. Lindo’s life is a cycle of the lost of her innocence and how she gained strength through a tragedy.
When a baby is born he is pure and innocent, not knowing what is right and wrong. Lindo’s innocence and purity prevented her from seeing the harsh truth about her life. When Lindo was four years old she was arranged to be married to the wealthy neighbor’s son. Arrange marriages were traditional in little towns, and it was an honor to marry into a higher class. If the arrange marriage vowels were broken than the bride’s family would be dishonored. Lindo “sacrificed (her) life to keep (her) parent’s promise” of the arrange marriage. Lindo did not want to break the promise that her parents had made, even though she did not want to marry the neighbor’s son. Because Lindo was taught as child how to be the perfect wife, she felt that she needed to play the role of the perfect daughter in law to Mother Hung. In reality she was treated more like a slave. Honor is very important to Chinese people. Lindo was “determined to honor (her) parents” by staying in her marriage. Lindo was so de!
termine to honor her parents that she did not see how cruel she was being treated. Lindo was forced to cook and clean. Because of Lindo’s inn