And the Mountains Echoed - Chapter 9, Winter 2010 Summary & Analysis

Khaled Hosseini
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In Chapter Nine, Winter 2010, Abdullah's daughter, Pari, remembers a childhood ritual with her father in which he would help her prepare for good dreams. She grows up as an only child and is often lonely, though she forges an imaginary relationship with her father's long-lost sister. (Editor's Note: The two characters named Pari both appear in this chapter. For clarity, they are referred to as “daughter” and “aunt.”)

As an adult, the daughter Pari is on the way to the airport to pick up her Aunt Pari. They arrive home and the daughter Pari goes inside to prepare her father for the meeting. Abdullah has lost most of his memories and struggles with anger and depression. Pari has a job at home so that she can care for him. Aunt Pari asks if Abdullah will remember her. Pari the daughter, knowing how upset...

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