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The author started the story by describing the characters ; Lila, Hari, Kamal, Bella, the mother and the father. The author described their home. The father is an alcoholic and is always drunk.
Their mom is sick and always in bed. Bella and Kamal go to school, they are the youngest. Lila always goes to the sea to pray to the rocks and offer them flowers. The village they live in depends on fishing. Every family has its own fishing boat, but because of their bad case and situation, their father had to sell their boat and also their cow to gain more money.
Lila is the one taking care of the family and tries to get them money. The government declared that they will open a factory and they will need workers, so Hari decided to go work their to help his family, he hopes. When Lila was on her way she met one of her friends named Mina.
Mina lives in the village and she can the play from her "veranda" balcony. When Mina said "What can happen to them? Your mother and father are there". I think this quote hurt Lila a lot from the inside because she cannot depend on her mother and father anymore.
There is a guy named Biju that has a diesel boat being built.
Village by the sea was written by Anita desai, it is a post colonial literature book. Anita desai was born in India, she is the daughter of a german mother and a hindu father. Multicultural, belonging to two cultures. Anita often writes about post colonialism, woman’s oprresion . Oct 01, · Anita Desai’s The Village By The Sea is an ispirational story for young children. In a small village named Thul, there lives a poor family of six people. Lila and Hari are the eldest children in the family, and are also the main characters. Other members are their two younger sisters, a mother and a Status: Resolved. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable ph-vs.comced material may be challenged and removed. (December ) (Learn how and when to remove this template message).
They are a rich family that came every now and then to have a vacation on the beach in their little house. Hari enjoyed when they came because they employed him and paid him, also his sister.
They used to give Kamal and Bella toys. When they were leaving, Mr. DaSilva proposed to Hari that he could pay his father to work as their guardian, but when he met him, he refused because he insulted him and also because of his drunken attitude.
Lila, Bella and Kamal were sitting together in the dark near a fire, with a morosely and gloomy mood, but most importantly, why??? In this chapter, the author answered the ambiguous question; why were the three sisters sitting in a morosely attitude?Clarke's Bookshop (established in ) is situated in Cape Town, South Africa and carries both new and second hand books on Southern Africa.
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Oct 01, · Anita Desai’s The Village By The Sea is an ispirational story for young children. In a small village named Thul, there lives a poor family of six people. Lila and Hari are the eldest children in the family, and are also the main characters.
Other members are their two younger sisters, a mother and a Status: Resolved.
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