The White Umbrella

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The narrator of The White Umbrella is a Chinese American girl who struggles with feelings of embarrassment and longing to be like others.  This includes embarrassment over her own immigrant mother.  When her piano teacher gives her a beautiful white umbrella, she wishes her teacher were her mother. (Prentice Hall Literature, 2010)

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