And the Mountains Echoed - Chapter 5, Spring 2003 Summary & Analysis

Khaled Hosseini
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In Chapter Five, Spring 2003, a nurse named Amra Ademovic is talking with two men visiting the Wazir Akbar Khan Hospital in Kabul. They are Idris and Timur, the sons of the Bashiri brothers who lived near the Wahdati's before the war. Idris is a surgeon and Timur owns a real estate agency. Amra is about to let the cousins meet a young patient named Roshi, but she warns them that she won't tolerate a negative reaction to the girl's appearance. Roshi literally has brain matter outside her skull.

Timur says he and Idris live in California but are visiting Kabul to “reconnect” with their ethnicity and learn about the country. He says they plan to raise money and awareness once they return to the United States. They are actually in Kabul to try to reclaim their family's property because property values are quickly...

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