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The Woman Warrior is a story about Maxine Hong Kingstons memoir who is trying to blend and develop two different cultures into one The story explains how immigrants have hard times and difficulties when they move to a new country The setting of Women Warrior tells a life of Maxine Hong Kingston as a second-generation Chinese- American girl She realizes that she must combine Chinese langue culture and family tradition with American standards Kingston has many problems struggling with her life to balance Chinese life at home while going to American school She must deal with being a quiet woman trying to fight racism and oppression She is striving to blend the two cultures without abandoning the traditions Kingston goes back and forth from the past to the present to show the importance of her past heritage being combine with her present life In Chinese culture women are viewed as inferior Kinston is repeatedly reminded that as a girl she will grow up to be a wife and a slave47 She often tries to prove her worth by doing something great like getting straight As in school Kingston learns most of her Chinese lessons through talk-stories told by her mother and others members of the family She can identify with most of the talk-stories that she hears She is warned in the beginning of the stories to keep quiet about the no mane woman The stories are told in a fashion that once it is finished there are no questions asking for more information This is important because as she is trying to establish some ties between the two cultures she must truly understand the reason for the story Most of the stories tell of one lesson and give no reason for most of the actions talking place One story that can relate to is the story of the no name aunt because the characters is a female ancestor who broke the rules of tradition
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