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Literature puts a human face on theoretical issues.
In Nectar in a Sieve we see and experience through the eyes and lives of Nathan and Ruku the devastating effects of industrialization in postcolonial society. By witnessing the struggles of these two simple people who have always identified with and depended upon the land to sustain them, we can better understand the true consequences for real people when a changing society takes that over that land and leaves them without a place or a way to make their living.
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