The relationship between the protagonist and his mother-in-law has changed due to his daughter’s illness. The author seems to be a pen in the East and a brush in the west, but he is free and easy. He has a good grasp of the rhythm of the story. His words are concise and there is no too much cumbersome narration. Let the reader understand the general pulse of the story very easily. This kind of control is really great. Although there are not many words describing the old woman’s emotional feelings, the author has a clear view of the image of her spring heart, which is like being stripped in front of the readers. I admire the author’s literary skills, and the sense of substitution of the work can be seen. What’s the most difficult thing about random books is not the feeling of kinship. The author did.