Amina's Voice Setting

Khan, Hena
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The Islamic Center

The Islamic Center is where Amina and her family go to meet with members of the Muslim community in America. Furthermore, it is the setting at which Amina learns more about her heritage. This setting is crucial to the plot because it is the location at which the tragic attack takes place. This event leads to all of the different religious communities to come together and help each other.

Amina's House

Amina’s house is where Amina reflects on all of the day’s events and interacts with her family. In this setting, Amina discusses her problems with her supportive family. Furthermore, it serves as the main setting at which Amina experiences Pakistani food.

Soojin's Church

Soojin’s church is not prominent for the entire novel, but it does play a significant role in the plot. After the attack on the Islamic Center, Soojin’s church...

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