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Detailed Review Summary of The Rice Mother by Rani Manicka
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No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Summary rice mother 1. This powerful and moving novel revolves around four generations of women who encounter love, war, duty and hope. For a little introduction, The Rice Mother is known as the Giver of Life in Bali, where her spirit lives in effigies made out of sheaves of rice.
She is so sacred that sinners are forbidden to enter in her presence or consume a single grain from her figurine.
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Along with this story, the matriarch, Lakshmi, is compared to the Rice Mother for it is her that holds the burning dreams of her children and grandchildren in her strong hands and passing years will not diminish her courage and strength in defending them. Every good story carries a theme which is basically a one-sentence description of what the story is about. A theme is not the plot nor the story line but the meaning behind it.
In this particular novel by Rani Manicka, it is evident the theme of the novel surrounds the lives of four generations of women who fight for love, war, duty and hope. The setting of the story spans through the pre and post Japanese Occupation period, around the year to the year , in Malaya, now known as Malaysia.
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A crucial yet colourful period of the Malayan history, the author has chosen a very appealing setting in which she exploited to her advantage. However, Manicka has done a good job of arranging the sequence of memoirs in a systematic manner, even if it was not in a chronological flow, making it easy for the readers to capture the essence of her book.
Unfolding over four generations like a Greek tragedy, it's a compulsive and often harrowing tale.
Echoes of Memoirs of a Geisha in this exotic family saga - Daily Mirror. Rani Manicka was born and educated in Malaysia. An economics graduate, she now divides her time between Malaysia and the UK. The World According to Anna. The Abyssinian Proof.
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Download Image Download Image. A compelling glimpse into a captivatingly exotic world of myth and magic. More books by Rani Manicka. Left loading Praise for The Rice Mother. Rani Manicka Rani Manicka was born and educated in Malaysia.
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