Woman at Point Zero - Chapter 2, page 96-103 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, page 96-103 Summary and Analysis

As Firdaus walks down the dark, silent street, her footsteps are those of "a woman who believed in herself, knew where she was going, and could see her goal" (p. 96). She walks with her head held high, and at the corner, an Arab prince in a luxurious car offers her three thousand pounds. In his bed, she allows her body to slip away and agrees that she feels pleasure as he rejoices like a fool. Finally, she angrily tells him she does not feel pleasure, and she tears his money into pieces as if destroying all the men she has ever known at once. The prince believes Firdaus is a princess, though he thought her to be a prostitute at first. She is neither, but has been taught from her youth to grow up as a prostitute...

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