The Pearl That Broke Its Shell - Chapters 29 - 35 Summary & Analysis

Nadia Hashimi
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Shekib wonders aloud to Ghafoor about why the king's son's presence is such a big deal. Amanullah is the governor of Kabul and is in charge of the army and the treasury. Shekib thinks Ghafoor isn't telling her everything there is to know about either the treasury or Amanullah. Ghafoor does share, however, that Amanullah is of age and King Habibullah is looking for a wife for his son. The women in the king's harem are always on their best behavior when Amanullah is visiting.

Shekib is in the pool room as she contemplates life in the castle. She admits to herself that it is a comfortable living, but she also continues to be restless. Shekib wonders if her family can see her from heaven, which gets her thinking about her father's land. Thinking of her father's land - legally Shekib's land -...

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