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Home is not exactly a place but it is an understanding of the beliefs of the mothers in the novel and the different but not wrong beliefs of their daughters The first relationship that will be discussed is the relationship between An-mei Hsu and her brief relationship with her mother in China An-Mei first describes her mother as a ghost who later returns to her after she had been gone for nearly five years After leaving her other family members An-Mei is taken to a strange but wealthy house where she discovers her mothers relationship with a man named Wu Tsing Her mother had disappeared had a son and was Wu Tsings fourth wife After being weakened by the house and the dishonesty of the people in the house An-Meis mother commits suicide only after she tells An-Mei that she would rather kill her own weak spirit so she could give me a stronger one Tan 240 As a Chinese belief it is thought that a mother was to pass her spirit to her daughter and so on through each generation to come Although An-Mei experienced a brief tragic relationship with her mother An-Meis spirit and sense of home was stronger then before and that day her mother died An-Mei learned to shout 240 On the other hand An-Meis relationship with her daughter was not as easy to recognize in the sense of a home place as it was for An-Mei and her mother An-Meis daughter Rose was one of seven children An-Mei put an immense amount of responsibility on Rose at a very young age Rose was expected to take care of her four brothers in order to learn responsibility and appreciation for her parents This responsibility leads to the death of the youngest brother Bing but a slight understanding of An-Meis faith in things and not just hopes in things Rose does not realize her mothers faith and fate speech until she is
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