An Interpretive Essay: "Two Kinds" by Amy Tan
Turning through pages of stories the words within them appear to be dimensionless and static. As one begins reading, a discovery of a spirited journey is made. In the story, "Two Kinds" written by Amy Tan a crucial component she created was the narrator. The narrative voice develops the tone, symbolism, language, and characters in the story which make the story come alive in your thoughts. Jing-Mei
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her mother never considered them failures. The two songs demonstrated how she had experienced two parts of her life.
Amy Tanís utilization of Jing-Mei affected all the intricate pieces of the story. She showed that the voice of a character and narrator can develop a bond between the reader and the story. Jing-Meiís narration brought a comprehension to ideas and various emotions. Without her the story could not have imprinted any heartfelt lessons.