The Bookseller of Kabul - The Matriarch, Temptation, pg. 106-130 Summary & Analysis

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The Matriarch, Temptation, pg. 106-130 Summary and Analysis

After the wedding, the mother mourns the loss of her daughter. She can now only see her when the husband allows it. Bibi Gul takes consolation in food. Her daughter Bulbula is next to be married, and then there will only be Leila to look after her. She vows not to allow Leila to marry while she is still alive.

Bibi Gul lives with Sultan. There are now eleven people living in the four room apartment. The fourth room is the storeroom that is full of boxes. Each of the women keeps a locked chest with her private treasures in it. Sultan also keeps many books there. The bookcase is the room is the only furniture.

Mats are used for sleeping and sitting. Some walls consist of only bedsheets. The kitchen has a...

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