The Bookseller of Kabul - An Attempt, pg. 181-193 Summary & Analysis

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An Attempt, pg. 181-193 Summary and Analysis

One day Leila enrolls is an English course. When she arrives at the classroom, she is surprised to find that there are boys in the class. In spite of them, she removes her burka. She does not return because of the boys in the class. Leila is angry at Sultan for not allowing her to attend high school. She resents Sonya because of the privileges she has as Sultan's wife.

Sonya is content with her life. She is awaiting the birth of her second child, hoping it will be a son. Sonya is worried that Sultan will take a third wife if she gives birth to another daughter.

When Leila sees Sultan send Mariam's son home, she decides that she has to have a plan. Sultan could throw her out also. She goes to visit...

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