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“Tracing the poignant destinies of two generations of tough, intelligent women, each gorgeously written page welcomes the reader and leads to an enlightenment that, like all true wisdom, sometimes brings pleasure and sometimes sadness. . . . To tell this complex story, Amy Tan, a writer of dazzling talent, has created an intricate tapestry of a book—one tale woven into the other, a panorama of distinctive voices that call out to each other over time.”

—Chicago Tribune

Praise for The Joy Luck Club

“Powerful as myth . . . Amy Tan’s brilliant novel flits in and out of many realities but all of them contain mothers and daughters. . . . Each story is a fascinating vignette, and together they weave the reader through a world where the Moon Lady can grant any wish, where a child, promised in marriage at two and delivered at twelve, can, with cunning, free herself; where a rich man’s concubine secures her daughter’s future by killing herself and where a woman can live on, knowing she has lost her entire life.”

—The Washington Post Book World

“In The Joy Luck Club, vignettes alternate back and forth between the lives of four Chinese women in pre-1949 China and the lives of their American-born daughters in California. . . . In the hands of Amy Tan, who has a wonderful eye for what she is telling, a fine ear for dialogue, a deep empathy for her subject matter and a guilelessly straightforward way of writing, they sing with a rare fidelity and beauty.”

—The New York Times Book Review

“What it is to be American, and a woman, mother, daughter, lover, wife, sister and friend—these are the troubling, loving alliances and affiliations that Tan molds into the sixteen intricate interlocking stories that constitute this remarkable first novel.”

—San Francisco Chronicle

“Amazing . . . The Joy Luck Club is dazzling because of the worlds it gives us. . . . The only negative thing I could ever say about this book is that I’ll never again be able to read it for the first time.”

—Los Angeles Times

“Honest, moving, and beautifully courageous. Amy Tan shows us China, Chinese-American women and their families, and the mystery of the mother-daughter bond in ways that we have not experienced before.”

—Alice Walker

“Impressive . . . Describes the morass of fierce love and misunderstanding which lies between the two generations.”

—The New Yorker

“There aren’t many books you finish and immediately want to re-read, but this is one of them. The Joy Luck Club is like a Chinese puzzle box—intricate, mysterious, and connected in a way that only seems simple. . . . Almost mythic in structure, like the hypnotic tales of the legendary Scheherazade, this fiction is also concrete. . . . There are many more stories, each detail more haunting and unforgettable than the one before, each reflecting on someone else’s story.”


“Subtle and delicate . . . . An intimate glimpse into a way of life and a culture seldom explored by Western literature . . . The stories read well individually, but together, with characters and circumstances so skillfully interwoven, the whole truly becomes greater than the sum of its parts.”

—The San Diego Union-Tribune

“Amy Tan’s fiction joins the narratives of Maxine Hong Kingston and the plays of David Henry Hwang in a new genre of Asian-American cross-cultural work. The Joy Luck Club will delight readers of any generation or background with its carefully wrought stories of the physical and literal oceans, geographical, cultural, generational, that both divide and unite us.”

—The Pittsburgh Press

“Powerful and accomplished. . . . Rich in the bittersweet ambiguities of real life.”


“Amy Tan weaves an exquisite tapestry detailing the lives of the four immigrants, their bewilderment at American culture and their struggles to instill in their daughters remnants of their Chinese heritage. It is a remarkable first novel, filled with wisdom, humor, love and sadness as each woman tells her story through flashbacks and as their daughters recall the problems of growing up in two cultures.”

—Orlando Sentinel

“In witty, revealing repartee, the characters’ stories unravel the intricacies of combining a Chinese heritage with American circumstances and tell of the relationships between mothers and daughters.”

—Houston Chronicle

“Intensely poetic, startlingly imaginative and moving, this remarkable book will speak to many women, mothers and grown daughters, about the persistent tensions and powerful bonds between generations and cultures. . . . Deceptively simple, yet inherently dramatic, each chapter can stand alone; yet personalities unfold and details begin to deepen the impact and meaning of the whole. . . . Tan’s first novel is a major achievement.”

—Publishers Weekly



Amy Tan is the author of the internationally bestselling novels The Joy Luck Club, The Kitchen God’s Wife, The Hundred Secret Senses, The Bonesetter’s Daughter, Saving Fish from Drowning, a memoir, The Opposite of Fate, and two children’s books, The Moon Lady, and Sagwa, which was adapted as a PBS production, for which she served as a creative consultant and writer. Tan was also a co-producer and co-screenwriter of the film version of The Joy Luck Club, and her essays and stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. She is the librettist for the opera “The Bonesetter’s Daughter” and a member of The Rock Bottom Remainders, a literary garage band that raises money for charity. Her work has been translated into thirty languages. She lives with her husband in San Francisco and New York.


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First published in the United States of America by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1989

Published simultaneously in Canada

Published in Penguin Books 2006

Copyright © Amy Tan, 1989

All rights reserved

The author wishes to thank the following publications in which some of the stories, in slightly different form, have already appeared: The Atlantic, Grazia, Ladies’ Home Journal, San Francisco Focus, Seventeen, and the Short Story Review.