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2021-11-09 来源: 51Due教员组 类别: Essay范文

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Mother Tongue is a short article written by Amy Tan, a Chinese American writer. She was born in Oakland, Californiin 1952, and entered the University of California for a doctorate in1975. Her work always contains a line of confrontations and complexity in the Chinese mother-and-daughter relationship which indicates the Sino-US cultural conflict. The article is written in autobiographical style, with Amy as the storyteller. She describes the type of English that her family, especially her mother, applies to her and the society. Although such language environment had affected her childhood, she still chose English writing as her occupation.  Mother Tongue reveals a main idea of the culture conflict caused by the English that Chinese Americans like Amy’s mom speaks. It is simple, broken, often seeming to miss the point of grammar, and yet understandable to people in this ethnic group. The term ‘mother tongue’ contains two major themes. Firstly, it represents the social status and difficulties Chinese Americans have encountered in the U.S. Secondly, when Amy decided to embrace the flaws of such language, it later becomes the inner drive force of her success.

The first meaning of ‘mother tongue’ is simple – it is the broken ‘Chinglish’ (English with Chinese speaking habits) spoken by Amy’s mom. This is a classic representation of the elder Chinese Americans in the U.S. It looks like a barrier of communication, for some of Amy’s friends can't understand it at all, as if her mother was speaking pure Chinese. What is worse, those who speak this kind of English had received unfair treatments in their daily life. For instance, Amy herself had to describe her mother’s English as ‘bad’ and ‘flawed’, admitting that it needs to be repaired ‘as if it lacks some integrity and integrity’. In one scene, she describes how her mother was ashamed of her own English, making Amy to pretend as Mrs. Tan to call her stock broker and complain. This example is significant as it precisely describes the situation of these elder Chinese Americans and their social status. As we have seen in our daily life, those who cannot blend in the society gets picked and bullied. The other meaning of ‘mother tongue’ represents Amy’s complex feelings towards her Chinese culture heritage. She argues that such language cannot be stated as ‘limited English’ because it is not appropriate. In the course of Amy’s growth, her mother's ‘limited English’ limits her understanding of her mother. Amy points out in this article that such limitation of understanding comes from the lack of confidence in what we know. The example Amy shows is her own career path. When she grew up and learnt about her family pasts and culture heritage, she felt that her mother's English was clear and natural. To her, her mother's language is vivid, direct, and rich in insight and image. She believes that this is the language that helps her to form the way she looks at problems, expresses ideas, and knows the world. This example brings two concepts together: mother and mother tongue. The image of mother occupies the emotional focus of Amy Tan's novels. It represents her hometown, the motherland, the foundation, and the source of life. Therefore, the language mother speaks becomes significant and it affects the whole career of Amy’s.

In sum, Mother Tongue delivers two major themes as the author lists examples from her own family and social life. Through her storytelling, the readers can easily connect with her experiences and really understand why Amy’s novel language is so simple, natural and smooth – it is because of her mother tongue.  The article not only highlights the contradictions of fate between the history and the present of the Chinese descendants, but also reveals how the author achieved her success in writing.

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