I Am Malala - Part V: Chapters 23 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Malala Yousafzai
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Part V: “A Second Life”

Part V begins with a verse that reads, “I am a patriot and I love my country, And for that I would gladly sacrifice all.”

Chapter 23: “The Girl Shot in the Head, Birmingham”

Malala wakes for the first time on October 16, a full week after the attack. She is afraid and can’t speak but is comforted by a Muslim chaplain. One of the first messages Malala is able to convey is her fear about paying for the hospital stay. Dr. Fiona tells her not to worry but Malala continues. Malala thinks she needs to find work so she can help pay for the treatment she’s receiving and for a phone call to her parents. She believes her father is probably selling their land to come up with money.

Days pass and Malala eventually...

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