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    started to hack away at India’s issues and began to solve them. Finally, when Rukmani’s family requires aide, Kenny helps them by offering a job to her son. Comparatively, the British brought over a new language to help the Indians better communicate with each other and their rulers. Ultimately, even though Britain and India struggled with each other over social, political, and economic situations, they sometimes were able to overcome these altercations. Though Indians suffered, the country was ultimately left with beneficial changes after Britain’s Imperial rule. Rukmani and Kenny underwent similar changes, such as Kenny’s acceptance of Indians and helping Rukmani’s family prosper even though sometimes his actions were harsh. Nectar in a Sieve demonstrates that even though Imperialism was enacted cruelly and left people to suffer, there were often a few positive changes that put the imperialized countries and people on a new path to the…

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    carrying out sieve analysis and hydrometer analysis tests. For the sieve analysis test, a graph for percent finer versus the grain size was plotted from the data collected. The graph was used to determine whether the soil sample was fine-grained or course-grained. Calculations for uniformity and gradation were then done to determine whether the soil was well graded, poorly graded or gap graded. For the hydrometer analysis test, the soil sample was dispersed in water so that the particles…

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    In Nectar and a Sieve it was about Indian women who lived in a village where she went through some struggles with her family. In the novel you could find some important, powerful motifs and symbols. Struggle was a powerful motif in nectar in a sieve .rice being the perfect symbols I would say represented the fact that they weren’t accessed too much food due to the condition of their finances also tragic seasons of weather. This was huge struggle for them. Kunti was someone who was able to…

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    motivation to bring up my slacking grades. This shift of energy caused my improvement in basketball to halt and my friendship with Zavian was fading away. A year passes before we meet and when we do, he is very keen on playing a game of one on one against me. Having not touched a basketball in months, I kindly try to change the subject but his persistence was too hard to handle. The game kicks off with him nailing a three-pointer right in my face. From there it only gets worse for me. I’m unable…

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    The Wrath of Imperialism “To think that imperialism is not a beast is to think that we are not animals.”-Karl Liebknecht. In the book Nectar in a Sieve by Kamala Markandaya, an Indian woman named Rukmani tells the story of her life during a period of imperialism. Throughout the story, she suffers immense misfortune including loss of her land, a son, and traditional values. Many sufferings are caused by imperialism, as the British imperialize her village by building a tannery nearby her home.…

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    Rukmani and the Concept of Change Everyone has experienced change and each person has reacted differently, either adapting and accepting change or trying to fend it off. In the novel, Nectar in a Sieve (Kamala Markandaya) the protagonist Rukmani has her run-ins with change and more often than not she braces change. This constant force is always present throughout Rukmani’s life whether it is massive or not. Rukmani has grown and adapted with change for she knows from Nathan’s phrase, “bend like…

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    In Part Two of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, “The Sieve and the Sand”, Faber discusses some of the faults of the society he and Montag lived in. He specifically identifies three missing things that were taken away when books were. The missing things were the quality of information (some books with more quality than others), the time to properly digest and understand it, and the freedom to act according to what is learned from the books read and from the first two missing things. The first,…

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    TITLE HERE Imperialism has taken over and replaced many cultures and countries; this concept could be seen as both positive and negative impacts upon the affected nation. The idea is based on perspective between the imperialist and the imperialized people. The colonizer has the pretense that they help the nation prosper and grow, however this concept comes to be neglected and ignored as imperialism changes and replaces the native people’s way of life and culture. Imperialism essentially…

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    Challenges teach everyone that not everything goes his or her own way. Families and friends rely on each other to get through them. Kamala Markandaya explores the importance of challenges in her novel Nectar in a Sieve. In her story, the main characters and people of the village overcome many different challenges. Especially focusing on Nathan and Rukmani and their family. Throughout their lives, they overcome the challenge of poverty, relationships, and their environment. By illustrating many…

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    In the book, Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur, the main character, Rupi, changes throughout the book due to healing from her break-up. Before Rupi heals from her break-up, she displays negative character traits such as; empty and fearful. To begin, Kaur states with sorrow and emptiness, “he guts her with his fingers like he’s scraping the inside of a cantaloupe clean” (31) Rupi described her feelings after her boyfriend (at the time) took everything she had, and left. Rupi didn’t have much. She had…

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