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In the hundred secret senses by Amy Tan it slowly shows how Olivias character portrays the sister she was cut out to be Amy Tan makes the readers recognize how Olivia treated her half-sister Kwan and also how she progressed with her relationship towards Kwan Olivia somewhat treated Kwan with disrespect for example she would tell her stupid meanings of things that did not make sense because she felt irritated or annoyed by her company Olivia basically only thought of her own needs and was deeply frustrated with Kwan living with the family but there would be times when Olivia would feel for her and treat her with respect In the beginning of the story Olivia was very young and confused She had lost her father at such a young age and did not understand why he had died Her fathers last wish to the mother was to look for his daughter Kwan whom he has not seen and bring her to live in America Kwan was not that excited about having a new sister living in the house She thought that her mother would have less time for her Kwans relationship with Olivia was thought to be wonderful for her On the other hand Olivia was practically annoyed and irritated by Kwan and her stories Their relationship grew in ways that were unexplainable because of Olivias actions towards Kwan But I thought those actions of hers was her way of saying that she loved Kwan very muchKwan was more like a mother for Olivia since her mom was hardly around Kwan took care of Olivia through out the whole story Olivia tried to be distant with Kwan as they grew older but Kwan always insisted on getting together or just making surprise visits The tremendous outcome where Kwan and Olivias relationship with each other even more or it deepened was when they had gone to China Simon Kwan and Olivia together A terrible thing
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