Nadia Hashimi Writing Styles in The Pearl That Broke Its Shell

Nadia Hashimi
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Point of View

“The Pearl That Broke Its Shell” is told from two different perspectives, one being Rahima as she narrates her own story, and the other being Khala Shaima as she narrates Shekiba’s story.

As Rahima’s perspective is told in the first person, the reader can get a full sense of the emotions she feels through each of her experiences. Rahima’s story is being told from the first-hand source, and so the information is fresh, unfiltered, and therefore possibly easier for the reader to empathize with. It is also important to note that since Rahima tells her story in the first person but hears Shekiba’s story in the third person, the reader can watch Rahima draw strength from the story of her great-great grandmother.

By Khala Shaima to be telling Shekiba’s story, the reader is able to relate it to Rahima’s...

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