Rules of the Game

Rules of the Game

Rules of the Game None

  • Title: Rules of the Game
  • Author: Amy Tan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 323
  • Format: None
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      Posted by:Amy Tan
      Published :2019-04-10T10:12:44+00:00

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    This was an amazing short story. It will seem dull to those who aren't willing to dive deeper into the text, but it has a lot of meaning behind it that will be noticed if paid attention to. I wouldn't read this for fun, simply because it doesn't fit my tastes, but for a literary analysis, this is a great story.

    “Rules of the Game” is one of four parables included in Amy Tan’s book, “The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates.” These parables present struggles faced by parents and their children. These issues are a parent’s struggle with their child’s independence; when the child should obey their parents or when the parents should allow the child to decide freely where their life will go next. This particular parable is a cultural as well as relationship battleWaverly Jong’s mother taught her “th [...]

    Cute, little story about a girl playing chess. Very unmemorable, but still cute, so I liked it. The characters were bland. Something about most short stories seems to be memorability. This didn't have that for me. :/ 3 stars.Content: G- No inappropriate content.

    Major CharactersWaverly Jong Lindo JongCentral ThemesCompetitionRelationship between mother and daughterModern views versus traditional values PrideIndividualityExpectations and Standards Stereotypes Self-understanding

    I just didn't enjoy reading it. Rules of the Game itself did have several symbols but I could say they were second-handed ideas.

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