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The Breadwinner - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Parvana’s friend, Shauzia, came back later that day. The two talked as they walked to Parvana’s house. Parvana was glad to learn there were other girls in Kabul like her who were disguised as boys so they could work. Shauzia gave her some apricots as a gift. Shauzia had been working for nearly six months since her brother went to Iran to find work and her father had died of a bad heart. When Parvana told Shauzia her father had been arrested, Shauzia told her they probably wouldn’t hear from him again, but Parvana insisted that he would return.

Shauzia suggested the two girls could find something to do that would earn them more money than their current jobs. She suggested they could sell things off trays but said she never had the extra money to buy a tray or supplies...

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