An Unnecessary Woman - Pages 186-210 Summary & Analysis

Rabih Alameddine
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As Aaliya walks away from the museum, she wonders why she can’t be normal like other people. She notes although she’s tried to hold herself above other people, she’s lately been having more and more crying spells. She cries at movies, even bad ones. She empathized with Fadia when Fadia learned that her lover had died. In her kitchen she had overheard the witches talking about it and cried for Fadia’s loss.

As she walks through town she continues to think about the damage done to the city during the civil war and how the city has changed. She is approached by a teenaged girl begging with her mother. She removes her scarf, shocking the girl with a glimpse of her blue hair. After this act, Aaliya gives the girl the money she had pulled out of her purse...

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