Ruth found Na's newspaper when she walked a beach along her remote island. She believes she is part of Tsunami's ruins. She is committed to showing her doubt. Her husband and others told her that they were too far away in the rubble and too early to come to her.
Nao wrote how his family returned to Japan after many years in the United States. Nao just remember living in the United States; After that, it was separated from Japanese culture. She was the victim of her classmates threatening because she was different. She felt in her position and looked suicide.
His father made some efforts to commit suicide. In Japanese culture, suicide is considered an honorable way of death. Ruth read the newspaper of Nao at first as a distraction of memories that were not good. She was recorded in Nao's story and worried about her.
She tried to find all evidence that Nao and her family really existed. Ruth is done in history that the time is consolidated. She did not remember that the story of Nao did not happen at this time. It happened a few years ago.
He felt urgent to help, but Ruth lit was the past of Nao's past. It is thought that Nao's newspaper told the story of his great girl, a Buddhist, feminist and poet Nun. However, the newspaper focused on Nao and his father when they found it difficult to deal with the harsh reality in their lives in Japan. Ruth felt this young woman and tried to learn more about what was written in the newspaper.
This search leads him to learn more about her and her mother. The story fails between time and connecting the two authors and giving strength to control their fears and enjoy their lives again. A free example