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    How War Changes Us

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    that I know that was like the experiences of a character in the book is my aunt. She told me that her experience was in 1971. When two countries were having a war. For example India and Pakistan had a war because they have a border between them and also Pakistan wants Kashmir. But Hindus does not want to give Kashmir. People were very scared of the war and also my aunt. The war has happened because of political issues my aunt told me it was so scary that how they were killing people by attacking bombs

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    Analysis Of No Name Woman

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    Subjugation a Leader to Rebellious Behaviors In today’s society, women are still viewed differently than men, with big gaps between them that prevent women from gaining their independence. Women are expected to follow the men’s steps and to obey them. Women are capable of doing everything that men can do, but the media plays a hug role is setting expectations to women. Women are mainly judged by the way they look, and are expected to be beautiful, skinny, and perfect; leaving many other women unable

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    (IDPs) as well. Thus, while the “refugee crisis” might have become a bit of a buzzword in recent years, growing up in Pakistan, it was nothing less than an everyday reality. The first wave of Afghan migration into my home country began in the 1980s, when nearly three million people fled Afghanistan after the advent of the Soviet-Afghan war. The majority of them entered Pakistan with little to no

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    In Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood writes about a dystopia society. Atwood used situations that were happening during the time she began writing her novel, for example, women’s rights, politics, and in religious aspects. Atwood’s novel is relevant to contemporary society. There are similarities between Atwood’s novel and our society today, which lends to the possibility that our modern society might be headed to a less intense version of this dystopia society. In the novel Atwood

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    small lost Pakistani girl in Delhi. He is handsome, tall and strong with muscles and brown hair. He is from a middle-class family, he has an independent personality and he always follows his religion. (Shahida Afridi) is a speechless girl from Pakistan. She has a soft smile, white skin and long brown silky hair. She is from a poor family living in a small village. (Rasika) is the women who fall in love with Pawan. She is a beautiful Hindi woman, tall and thin. She has tall brown hair and green

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    the story were Pakistan Indian. The way Roy described the setting in the story, and how the people looked gave an idea of where the story took place. Plus she also mentioned some cities that are in India. Roy described the rivers as being unclean, but people would cleanse themselves in the river. The women wore saris. The immediate families and extended families seemed to live together also. I... ... middle of paper ... ...me language in the text also. The African clan and Pakistan Indians had different

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    becoming a women along with her older sister Phulan. The family of Shabanu including her mother, father, older sister, grandfather, aunt, and cousins live together in Pakistan. After their toba dries up in the hot Cholistan Desert they move to a village nearby in hope for a deeper well to provide water for the family. Dadi, Shabanu’s father is a highly known camel owner in Pakistan. Shabanu has a great love for her camels as shown in the beginning of the story when she helps birth her camel Mithoo who soon

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    English Literature Poems

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    English Literature Poems Compare the methods that ‘Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’ employs to highlight the importance of cultural identity with another poem? I have chosen to compare ‘Presents’ and ‘Hurricane’ as both poems highlight the importance of cultural identity in society. Both poets ‘Alvi’ and ‘Nicholas’ employ many different and similar methods to illustrate the importance of cultural identity. The poem ‘Presents’ is about the writer herself at a younger age feeling insecure

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    Who Is The Kite Runner?

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    religion sometimes changes relationship, through Amir who was a Sunni muslim while Hassan was Shi’a. The biggest gender issues in this book relate to the culture of Middle Eastern Society. Amir must address all adults as “Kaka” or “Khala” (uncle and aunt) regardless of his blood relation to them. Also, when Amir wanted to marry Soraya, he had to ask his Baba to meet with General Taheri for Soraya’s hand. Quotes: “Long before the Roussi army marched into Afghanistan, long before villages were

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    at the end of the tunnel and offers kindness and helps her family and friends. She comes from a middle-class family from Karachi, Pakistan; her parents maintained the family because her dad was a photographer and loved taking pictures, and he also managed shops. Although both parents were raised in Karachi, her dad was born in India before the independence from Pakistan. He eventually moved to Karachi after the independence. When he was older he eventually met my grandmother and had an arranged marriage

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