The Pearl That Broke Its Shell - Chapters 36 - 43 Summary & Analysis

Nadia Hashimi
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Chapter 36 is about Shekib. She sees Amanullah again walking through the grounds, and believes it is fate that has their paths crossing. Shekib hears Amanullah and Agha Baraan, a man she presumes he trusts, speaking about war, the army, and Afghanistan's will being strong. She believes he nods at her when the two make eye contact.

Shekib works to have contact with various people around the palace grounds as she continues trying to set her plan into place. Karim relieves Shekib of her post, and Shekib walks the gardens, by the statues, by the pond and two soldiers talking to each other. She looks out to Dilkhosha Palace, imaging that inside it is majestic, with doves flying around delicately and feeding on warm palace bread.

Shekib ponders how different things are at Arg than anything she had ever experienced before being traded to...

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