Two Kinds

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This is a story of an American-born Chinese daughter, her immigrant mother and their very different beliefs and hopes. The daughter struggles to conform to, and then break free of the “American Dream” expectations of her demanding mother by clinging to her right to be herself,  even in the face of failing and disappointing, shaming and hurting her parents. (Prentice Hall Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, 2002)

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