Princess Sultana's Daughters - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Jean Sasson
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Chapter 11 Summary and Analysis

Unnerved by her experience, in Cairo, Sultana decides to pack up the family and head to Monaco. The next day, Fatma arrives trying to be calm but still possessive of great anger. She states that Alhaan was circumcised as intended. She thanks Sultana for her efforts, and also warns Sultana about a dream she had. Fatma warns Sultana to cool her great anger over women's issue, for one woman cannot cure the world, and her attitude will only lead to unhappiness. Sultana interprets this dream vision as communication from her dead mother.

The family travels to Monaco to share a rented mansion villa with several of her sisters and related family members. Bickering between her daughters as to what road to take exasperates Sultana. When the family does arrive, Sultana's sisters greet her at the door with great sadness and anxiety...

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