It Ain't So Awful Falafel - Chapters 13-25 Summary & Analysis

Firoozeh Dumas
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Chapter 13 is titled “Go Fish.” One day, a neighbor named Rhonda Klein arrives with a cake and a cookbook, gifts for Zomorod's family. She asks if Zomorod will babysit her son, David, who is seven. (David is the name of both Rhonda's son and her husband. For the sake of clarity in this guide, Rhonda's husband is always referred to as Dr. Klein.) Mohsen is reluctant but agrees when she points out she will be next door and can turn to her parents if she encounters any problems. She spends most of the three hours entertaining him by making origami boats.

Chapter 14 is titled “Tuna.” Zomorod asks Rhonda if she can help Nastaran meet some people. Rhonda suggests tennis, but Zomorod says Nastaran does not play. By the time their conversation is over, Zomorod feels “completely stupid for asking” (51).

Chapter 15 is titled “The...

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