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The Breadwinner - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Nooria would be marrying the son of a family who had once lived next door to them. She would move to live with his family in Mazar-e-Shaif, a part of Afghanistan the Taliban did not yet control so she would be able to go to school and finish her education. When she was told the family would be leaving Kabul to attend the wedding, Parvana was upset because she was afraid her father would return from prison and not know where they were. After three days of pouting, Parvana was relieved when her mother told Parvana that she would not be going to Mazar after all. It had been decided it would be too difficult to explain Parvana’s appearance. Although she’d wanted to stay, Parvana was unhappy that she wasn’t being allowed to go with the family.

Parvana shared her unhappiness...

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