Essay heading: "rules of the game" by Amy Tan and "sweet sixteen and never been kissed" by Ioda Munn

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At the end it leaves you wondering what will happen next. The ending takes place within her thoughts and imagination. This shows that there might be conflict later on. It also shows her latest challenge has changed to winning to the struggle with her mother. In the short story- "sweet sixteen and never been kissed" by Ioda Munn, the main character is "the girl" who is obviously sixteen and is feeling down because she still hasn't been kissed...
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The girl has a very young mind, by this I mean that she couldn't differentiate between the real world and romantic books. When the boy wanted to kiss her, the girl thought-"?this is just like the books." Another example is when the boy rang her up to ask her if she go to the beach with him- "she thought of the girls in the books who go out every Saturday night and any day in the?" The girl and the mum have communication problem between because the when the girl asked the second time if she could go the mum just plainly said "no" and walked out- this tells us that that mum and her do not spent much time talking together...
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