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For the past 5 weeks I have read novel Nectar in a Sieve and watched movie Water In this essay I want to compare and contrast the character development between two characters Rukmani in Nectar in a Sieve and Shakuntala in Water The thesis statement is that Rukmani transform into a more mature woman after all her sufferings and Shakuntala realized that widows also should get chance to have a better lifeNectar in a Sieve is a novel that talked about the struggle of a family to live Rukmani or nicknamed Ruku is the main character of the novel Rukmani is a child of head village and unlike the others she is educated and literate She grew up in a well off family Unfortunately she has to marry with a man who does not come from a wealthy family named Nathan He works as a tenant farmer At first she is not comfortable because she has to live in a poor condition but day by day she getting used to itThings got complicated when Rukmani and Nathan have to face poverty Because of drought they do not have anything to harvest and they have to sell their goods to pay for their rent They already do their best to keep alive but the saddest part is that they have to let their child died because of starvation her daughter become a prostitute and her sons leave them for a job that she distrust Rukmani was so devastated and she cannot hold her temper after all her sufferings Rukmani almost killed Kunthi her neighbor after she enrages Rukmani that she is having an affair with Kenny a doctor that help Rukmani have sons Their suffering is getting worse after Rukmani and Nathan have to move from their village because their rent has been bought by the tannery They are shocked and they decided to go to the city They started to work at a stone quarry
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