The God of Small Things

how dose estha brake rules in the god of small things

what bad things did estha do throught the book of god of small things

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I find this question a little odd. Estha, short for Esthappen, was really a victim in this whole book. He is an innocent and happy boy until he is molested by the Orangedrink Lemondrink Man. Estha's demeanor changes after this. I suppose the rule he breaks might be, while trying to escape to History House (to avoid the molester), Estha brings Rahel and Sophie Mol with him, and in the process the boat capsizes and Sophie Mol dies. Estha's story is very sad.