I Am Malala - Part III: Chapters 19 - 20 Summary & Analysis

Malala Yousafzai
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Chapter 19: “A Private Talibanization”

In April of 2012, Malala and her friends have finished their final exams for the year and are on a field trip. Later, the girls are accused of inappropriate behavior during the trip. Malala is angry because she knows that no one would have accused male teenagers of doing wrong just because they enjoyed themselves on a field trip. On Malala’s fourteenth birthday, the day she’s officially considered an adult in her culture, they learn that the Taliban has attacked one of Ziauddin’s friends who is also outspoken about his beliefs. Malala gives in to her mother’s concern. Each morning she takes a rickshaw to school, though it’s only a five-minute walk. Each afternoon, she takes the bus home.

Chapter 20: “Who Is Malala?”

Ziauddin is sharp with Malala’s mother when he sees...

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