Nectar in a sieve: a novel

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New American Library, 1982 - Fiction - 190 pages
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It is a nice novel to read. i have learn to apply the indomitable spirit in our practical life though the main character, Rukmani. It also describes the poverty of villagers.
It explains the
industrialization which took place through tannery. Through this novel we can able to refer to background of colonization and industrialization. 

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I've wanted to read this book for many years, and even after buying a copy, it continued to sit on my shelf for the past few. I wanted a fast read and at under 200 pages, I thought this would be a ... Read full review


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