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Several themes appear through both women's lives and Natasha Chang illuminates these themes throughout the novel. The themes include womanhood, marriage, Westernization, and success. Chang Yu-I starts the memoir with explaining the role of women in China. She says, "in China, a woman is nothing. When she is born, she must obey her father...
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She says, "in China, a woman is nothing. When she is born, she must obey her father. When she is married, she must obey her husband. And when she is widowed, she must obey her son" (6). Chang Yu-I feels the effects of this throughout her life. She experiences the incapacitation of foot binding, is expected to follow the rules of filial piety, is largely ignored in school and never feels support from any of the men in her life...
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