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Consider Waverly Meimei Jong s actions and their consequences in the short story Rules of the Game by Amy Tan. Which theme is supported best by her actions?
The struggle includes both internal and external conflicts. [ [ - is true regarding Waverly Meimei? Jong s struggle to master invisible strength? in the short story Rules of the Game? by Amy Tan. ] ]
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