And the Mountains Echoed - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Khaled Hosseini
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Chapter Four opens with a letter from Nabi to a Greek surgeon named Markos Varvaris. Nabi refers to other friends and says he will be asking Markos to pass the letter on to another person. He later explains that person is his stepniece, Pari. Nabi says he isn't certain of his own age, but estimates it to be in the mid-eighties, based on the political events he recalls from his childhood.

Nabi says he first meets Nila Wahdati in 1949 when she marries Suleiman. He has been working for Suleiman for two years at that point, working as chauffeur and cook. He says he took a job in Kabul to help provide for his sisters, Masooma and Parwana, but also to escape the situation that their home life has become. He outlines the duties during those early years, including that Suleiman wants Nabi to go...

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