C:The author believes that women are capable of finding a solution to the problem.
There are no underlined portions of the excerpt. However, the passage does not infer anywhere that the husbands are to blame for women being trapped in their suburban lifestyle. The author blames it on a problem with no name that exists in the women's mind and spirit. We also don't see in this part of the passage that the author is calling for a change to government policy or women to band together.
Lakshmi's would have been battling depression and also would have been sold to another brothel if Anita was not there
What lakshmi experience would have been like if Anita was not there was that Lakshmi's would have been battling depression and also would have been sold to another brothel assuming Anita was not there
When Lakshmi first got to the brothel, she doesn't have the idea of what to think of Anita because she cannot tell from her always-frowning face if she is either being kind or cruel.
Anita appreciate very little in the world of the brothel, but Lakshmi is so dear to her and she values their friendship so much and the friendship works both ways
Anita doesn't kill herself even with her air of fatality and hopelessness. Her passion for Lakshmi was what caused her to saves Lakshmi from depression as well as being sold to another brothel after Shahanna is taken.