Ambai's " Yellow Fish” is a brief story of a woman's leisure on the beach front and her discovery of any fish. The lady watches the fishermen come back to shore using their catches and sort through all of them, she areas an undesirable, helpless, yellow-colored fish thrown away on the sand. The author characterizes the narrator's compassion while she tries to help return the seafood to the sea, restoring their life. In doing so , all of us discover the narrator's underlying purpose in aiding the fish.
The writer indirectly endeavors to make the target audience feel sympathetic for Anu for loosing her child by using flashbacks and evaluations. The yellowish fish's struggle to survive can be directly compared to the narrator's kid struggle to survive as the fish's " mouth closes; closes and opens, desperate for water, just like Jalaja's mouth” (38-39), " open[ing] and clos[ing] … as if sucking” (46) in need of oxygen. This is of Jalaja's name, " she who rises via water” (42), is metaphorically compared to the fish as it takes an " arrogant leap” (79) out of the water. These comparisons create the basis from the story, the fact that fish represents Anu's girl. The author indirectly compares Jalaja's mouth to the urn's " narrow mouth”, making the reader feel sympathetic for Anu when states, " Open up its oral cavity. That mouth…” (58), while she " sobs [when] the cloth was removed to reveal the urn's little mouth” (59-60). The author is usually using the fish and the urn to explain Anu's loss of her daughter.
Anu's compassion is displayed in its fullest when the lady attempts to save the " hopelessly” bouncing fish. Simply by saving the undesirable fish the reader landscapes Anu as a kind person that would not wish anyone to suffer the great loss of lifestyle that your woman had suffered through. Ambai uses the fish to demonstrate Anu to become accepting of the fact that her daughter got died. By simply Anu looking to save the fish, and offer it a better life, the reader feels that she is accepting of the fact that her child has died and that she actually is in a better...