I read the book Nectar in a Filter this summer. This book is about a family group trying to grow with a changing village. The key characters available are Rukmani, a woman from a caring family, and Nathan, her arranged husband. The two of them collectively form a life of their own in India until everything starts off changing as well as the world generally seems to fall apart. These kinds of events generate themes in the book. Three themes in my book will be love, friends and family, and hope.
The 1st theme in the book that I right away noticed was love. Like is important since without that, I don't think Rukmani might have the motivation to go on. Her family was very concerned with picking a spouse because they will wanted her to be since happy as is possible with the small dowry that they had. When her family finally finds the ideal husband they have chosen very well. Nathan, her husband, is extremely hard working and considerate. Her and Nathan fall in love quickly, and make an effort for a family. Rukmani becomes very raise red flags to when she finds out it would be difficult for her to have kids.
The second topic in the book is definitely family. Family is very important as it was almost the whole concept of the the book, without friends and family, there more than likely even be a story. She and Nathan want a son to call their own, but find out it's not going. They consider a local doctor and he says it's possible, but is not promised. When ever Rukmani finally conceives the girl with elated, although slightly disappointed when it's a daughter. With each other, Nathan and Rukmani attempt to try for any son, after years of simply no luck, they finally acquired one. It was a large distance between the child and Ira, her child, but non-e the much less, perfect. They seemed to include hit rare metal when they include 4 more sons.
The third idea I caught was wish. Hope once all appeared hopeless. This can be crucial since without it, Rukmani would've given up and died. Rukmani's village hit a terrible and long drought. All their seeds had dried away and costs shot up. The village was dying apart before their very own eyes, and her daughters were...