In the book, the narrator is kept in the world of sand. At first he tries all he can to escape. After all the failure out of his efforts, he finally seems to surrender but still obtaining the hope to escape sometime. However, from the first chapter of the novel, it has already been clear that even after 7 years he hasn't escaped. What have kept him from his hope of escaping even when he finally has the rope ladder to get access to the ground? Is that because of the found of the water trap? Or is that because of the woman's pregnant? The extreme situation in the fiction does represents the real situation for the society. There is non-shaped sand trapping us from the hope, from the ideal life. The non-shaped sand might be the realism. We are all being kept but can't escape from it. The more we struggle, the deeper we sink. Finally the best choice we can make is to surrender, to do nothing against it, and to get used to it. Individuals never can forbid the surrounding. How bitter is such a life in vain!