What excellent idea does Parvana have regarding her freedom as a boy and how she can help her mother and sister? If there are no other educated people who wants to kick out the taliban 2. Parvana invited her to her apartment to greet her family. Describe the restrictions they place on the people of Kabul. Also her father can have much better excuses for her than for his wife or older daughter. He actually could and also in many different languages.
She has one goal: to escape Afghanistan and the Taliban. Why would she not have heard about this before? Parvana saw a woman on a window throwing gifts onto her cover. All this for the case if her father comes back. She means that many years ago this was done and she feels like they life in a society of that time. That night mama and Mrs.
You can help us out by revising, improving and updating this section. She is a college graduate, and highly educated. She wants to attend university and become a teacher. But she was surprised to find that this thought gave her no pleasure. Weera says that she is going to move into this house this afternoon, and she wants help.
First she does the same thing as her mother but then she gets back up and continues fighting. Parvana started hitting soldiers when they wanted to take away her father but they hit her too. First, she bought naan — Afghanistan bread. They sold everything they could on the market. Mother is one of the women who is involved in an underground school, continuing to teach young girls who are forbidden to go to school, and also becoming a member of a women's resistance group. The family is stuck inside their apartment.
Also her family will not survive if she leaves since she is their breadwinner. Characters: Parvana, her parents, Nooria, Weera, Shauzia, Maryam, Ali, Homa Characters Analysis Parvana 1- 11 years old girl that lived with her family in Kabul. They started yelling at him because he was schooled in England. They decided to keep their job secret and use their paycheck to buy some more things they can sell. They were supposed to go bones digging. Though she often says she wants to be a normal kid, Parvana finds the strength and courage to leave her home, work for her family, and even risk her own life. Parvana and her father came home.
Later on a man bought some fabric from her and Parvana was happy with the money she earned and went straight home. Parvana also had one more brother called Hossain. Many people lost their family and went through horrible things, such as Homa, that saw her family dead on the street but had to leave them and run to save herself. Parvana, though, doesn't yet look like a woman; in appearance, she is a kid. She agrees to marry a stranger because a marriage seems like a way out. As the war continued more bombs came and one hit their home.
Since Parvana is the only family member who could pass for male, Mrs. The adults agrees because Parvana was a boy, so they go out. Nooria is much closer with her mother than Parvana is, primarily because of this romantic preoccupation. Because if Parvana would not go, and get the food, her sister would certainly have to, and without her father being there she was scared. Except now, fashion consists of the burqa, the oppressive garment that women are forced to wear, Parvana's sister being no exception.
She can finally start her own life and she thinks she chance educated there. Nooria is also getting cabin fever since she has not been able to leave the home in eighteen months. Weera all moved in, Parvana offers to fetch some water, and Nooria—shocked that Parvana offers to help—asks if she is feeling okay. This is, of course, problematical when Father is imprisoned. They had a beautiful hose destroyed by a bomb and they had to move around a lot. They plan is that they meet each other on the first day of spring on the top of the ifel tower in Paris. Mother is a proud Afghan and has a deep belief in her people.
The book deals with some important problems such as women not being able to walk freely on the street, being forced to cover up their whole body, being submissive to men and constantly living under a fear of getting raped. Before they had good income and a huge house. The is about an eleven year old girl named Parvana who lives in Afghanistan while the Taliban is in control. The novel ends with Parvana and her father in the back of a truck, heading toward Pakistan. She never went to the market alone. They though he is someone bad. Paradoxically, although it is terrifying, going out and going to the marketplace is also extremely liberating.