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While Adeline does endure many hardships and great sadness throughout her life it her triumphs that really define who she is DiscussChinese Cinderella is an autobiography that is dedicated to the unwanted children Adeline Yen Mahs story tells of her greatest hardships bravery and courage Adeline is defined by her personal strength and she overcomes hardship and sorrow and achieves many triumphs because of her strengthAdeline was forced to use her personal strength at an early age when it was her first day at school and her parents forgot to drop her off Adeline just walked to school and her parents also forgot to bring her back home so she tried to find her own way back home and got lost on her way She saw a place that she could ask a man to call her father Please sir I want to go home Page 32 Walking back and from school and asking the man to call her dad that shows bravery and courageAdeline was raised as an unwanted child and most of the time had family problems but she would try not to let herself down and eventually would find a path and move on then forget about the rest Ever since she was born her family didnt like her very well from the time when her mother died giving birth to her Every time she would be with her family she would sometimes ask about her mother and all they ever said to her was that she was bad luck or talk about Niang Adeline was sad that her family would look at her that way but she had the courage to let her family think of her as bad luck If you had not been born mama would still be alive She died because of you You are bad luck Page 3 This part shows how her family treated Adeline and still manages to handle her lifeAdeline had those stages where
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