Carla Power Writing Styles in If the Oceans Were Ink

Carla Power
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Structure

The book is divided into three parts. Each part is named with a number and title. “Part One: The Origins,” includes chapters one through five. “Part Two: The Home” includes Chapters six through 10. “Part Three: The World,” includes Chapters 11 through 16. The titles make the content fairly predictable. The first part focuses on how Power and Akram met and their backgrounds. Power talks at length about Akram's personality and why she chose to study with him. The second part focuses on home life, especially for Akram's family. Power talks about Akram's wife and the way she and Akram's daughters make their own choices while living within the morals Akram divines from the Quran. The third part takes a wider view of Islam. This section opens with Power arriving at a prayer room at Heathrow Airport where Akram was the teacher for a group of British Muslims making a...

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