Those who are not close with the land suffer immensely and are corrupted by their distance from the land. Interestingly, instead of one definitive story about how God created the world, there are two very different stories. Buck, Wang Lung proves himself to be a successful person.
But the basic commonality amongst all of us is that we are all human beings living on planet Earth.
How does Wang Lung's relationship to the gods change throughout the novel, and why does it change? One page you were delighted on how the story was coming along and the next page you were completely crushed and deflated.
Wang Lung is a rice farmer who gains all his wealth through the land. Every child hopes he or she gets what they asked for from Santa; every man and woman hopes for success, financial stability, love, a good life, and peace on Earth.
The first thing we saw was a giant clam and on the wall was the name Hall of Biodiversity. One day while helping on the field, O-lan went inside and bore their first child What is their tie to the land, if any? The author is trying to show how a family can rise from poverty to a position of wealth.
Wang Lungs character portrays a man's unselfishness, determination, and loyalty towards his family and friends.