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The Joy Luck Club The Key to understanding Lindo Jong is that she is a very strong and imaginative woman She thought up a lie to get her out of her arranged marriage as a child while still honouring her mother and fathers intentions for her However aside from Lindos creative and fun personality she is also very proud and narrow minded Lindo Jong was brought up as a Mandarin Chinese woman As being so she followed her parents plans and tried to be more and more like her mother Lindo was arranged to be married when she was just 13 years old Lindos parents told her not to shame them and to be an obedient wife and daughter-in-law to her future family Out of great respect for her parents Lindo did as she was told and tried her best to fit into her new family However she did not love her husband nor like living with him and his parents Lindos mother-in-law wanted a grandchild and Lindos husband was in no hurry to give her one So Lindo got blamed for the lack of interest in her husband Lindo Jong being the very strong girl she was and having the imagination she did thought up a story to get her out of her awkward life She watched a servant girl through her window and soon discovered that she was pregnant So Lindo pretended to have a devastating nightmare that she was not the chosen one for her husband and that his child was planted in that servant girl instead Her Mother-in-law fell into Lindos lies and let Lindo leave where she eventually settled in America Being in a strict Chinese background as she was Lindo was very brave to do what she did Most girls would have never thought of telling such a lie to change their lifestyle Those days Women in China were thought to have no opinions and to keep their
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