I Am Malala - Part II: Chapter 15 - Part III: Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

Malala Yousafzai
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Chapter 15: “Leaving the Valley”

Though Malala and her family had originally declared they wouldn’t leave their home, the fighting is close and they decide they will have to leave. They wind up with relatives, and Malala attends school with a cousin. Malala’s twelfth birthday comes amid chaos. No one even remembers the event.

Part III: “Three Girls, Three Bullets”

Part III opens with a verse about a wayfarer in a foreign land.

Chapter 16: “The Valley of Sorrows”

Chapter 16, the first chapter in Part III, begins as Malala’s family returns home after three months away. The town is in shambles with evidence of the battles that were fought there. The Pakistani prime minister has promised that the Taliban is gone. However, any people don’t believe it and stay away. That fall, school resumes. Malala says...

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