'Lives of Girls and Women' and 'The Jade Peony' Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

'Lives of Girls and Women' and 'The Jade Peony'
A comparison and contrast of Wayson Choy's "The Jade Peony" and Alice Munro's "Lives of Girls and Women".
# 90667 | 675 words | 4 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in English (Analysis) , English (Comparison) , Canadian Studies (General)


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"Wayson Choy's "The Jade Peony" is a novel that reflects the experience of being a Chinese child in Vancouver around the time of the Second World War. Alice Munro's "Lives of Girls and Women" also records the experience of growing up in Canada but in this case, it is the experience of a Caucasian girl, growing up on a fox farm in rural Canada. This paper compares and contrasts these two novels, pointing out that the most striking difference between them is the narration technique.

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