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The Good Deed by Peal S Buck is a short story aboutlonesomeness and adjusting Mrs Pan is an immigrant from China whomoved to New York because of her son Mr Pan When Mrs Pan arrives toAmerica she instantly feels out of place physically mentally andemotionally Like many people would coming to a new home across thecountry makes Mrs Pan feel isolated not only from civilization butfrom her very own family members as well Everything from the languageto the culture is different for Mrs Pan causing her to also feeluseless in America A delighted alter comes about when Lili Yang comesto visit Mrs Pan Mrs Pan finally feels more comfortable because shehas someone to talk about China with Mrs Pan later then discovers thatLili Yang is not married and makes it a promise and mission to arrangeher a marriage When asked if I was Mrs Pan how would bringing Lili and Mr Limtogether make me feel I answered useful When Mrs Pan first arrivedto America she felt like because no one knew how she felt not being ableto adjust to her new home she was useless in America Once thetwenty-seven year old unmarried Lili Yang comes in the picture she nowhows a mission to do that will benefit both of them Lili will bemarried and Mrs Pan will feel useful in the process of finding her aspouse Although looking for a Mrs Pan involves her getting out andexploring her new environment Mrs Pan sees it as a deed A gooddeed is a good deed whether one is in China or in America for the sameheaven stretches above all Buck 202 Feeling useful can make one feel less lonely for many reasons Onebeing that he or she will feel some sort of wholeness knowing thatsomeone out there needs them Whether its a simple favor or in Mrs Pancase finding a spouse feeling
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