The Bonesetter's Daughter by Amy Tan

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As LuLing loses her memory, how does her story become more clear to Ruth? How does Tan explore the transience of memory in The Bonesetter’s Daughter?

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The transience, or impermanence, of memory is a central theme in Amy Tan's book The Bonesetter's Daughter . As she gets older, LuLing is losing her memories, and with them her connection to her past in China, which she would like to pass...

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