Rukmani - The narrator and protagonist of the novel. Rukmani recalls with clarity and unflinching honesty the choices and decisions that have brought both joy and despair. Her father taught her to read and write, and she passes these valuable skills on to her children. She develops a great love for the beauty and the land. Though not outwardly beautiful, she is loving, hardworking, thrifty, and patient. She is also capable of violence when pushed too far.Read an in-depth analysis of Rukmani.
Describe, in at least 150 words, the tone the narrator uses to describe Kenny and explain why this might be significant.