This small act leads the tensions between the two women to cool, and after drinking several cups of chai together, they start to become close friends and allies rather than adversaries. When I had studied in Germany in 1987, I lived in an international dormitory. It seems he has plenty of fans. مريم شكلت لدي الشخصية الرئيسية التي جذبتني لمتابعة الأحداث بترقب في كل أجزاء الرواية. Before I read the book, I was apathetic towards Afghanistan. She was leaving it as a friend, a companion, a guardian.
Khaled tells us the story of two women and their struggles for life in a society that thinks they should not live. I think the reason this book had such a profound effect on me was due to living in Saudi Arabia for sixteen years and I could relate to a certain extent to what the women had to endure. Rasheed may be a bastard but he was the only thing in the world that she had at that point and on some level it made sense to me that she would want to claim him for herself. What I love about Suns is that Khaled does not once point out the obvious sociopolitical conundrums of these ridiculous and ill-founded attitudes. She really loves her father and decides that she wishes to live with him instead of her mother, with disastrous consequences; the upshot being that Mariam is forced to become the wife of Rasheed in Kabul.
In the morning, Mariam returns home to find that her mother has committed suicide out of fear that her daughter has deserted her. Miram and Laila didn't have the opportunities or support that I have. Rasheed beats Laila and tries to suffocate her. Mariam was the illegitimate daughter of Jalil, living with her mother Nana in an isolated place outside of Herat. Things such as the background of Massoud, what he did, how he got so much power, and what impact he had on the country as a whole, or the war between the Mujahideen and the Soviets interest me. She weeps and hugs Tariq.
How quietly we endure all that falls upon us. One, Mariam, sacrifices herself to save Laila, Tariq, and the children, while the other, Laila, learns that to be a good mother and a better woman, she must accept her role in the rebuilding of her country. And I also know that when this war is over Afghanistan is going to need you as much as its men maybe even more. Mariam and Rasheed board the bus for Kabul, and Jalil tries to get Mariam's attention from outside of the bus. Hosseini fails to lay the groundwork needed to justify Laila's emotions in the novel's last chapters.
Rasheed says that the only way he will let Laila stay in their house is if he marries her. The book itself was very well written and had me wanting to read more, but it affected me on a deeper level as well. On her fifteenth birthday, Mariam wants her father to take her to see Pinocchio at his movie theater. Laila enjoys Rasheed's favor for a time again when she gives birth to a son, Zalmai, but Rasheed eventually mistreats her, and she and Miriam try to run away. The latter is a far more complex, ambitious work that brings something which, to me, felt entirely fresh and original. She also says that a jinn made Nani kill herself and that Mariam should not hold herself responsible.
Even though this story is set in Afghanistan, it is a story of childhood betrayal and its consequences and could really have been set anywhere. This scene shows that husbands were in complete control in nearly every household, and the wives could not do anything. Hosseini was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1965. Another child, Laila, is raised down the street from Miriam and Rasheed. Laila is better off as far as family is concerned — she has an educated and loving father, a mother who is much more considerate than many others even though she is slowly on her way to madness because of her missing sons who have gone off to fight the Soviets , and a charming friend, the one-legged Tariq, who is fast becoming much more than a friends as the children mature. At first, Rasheed is sweet and brings her gifts.
They are taken to a police station and are returned home. واحد من القلائل القادرين على انتزاع تأوهاتي وإثارة رجفتي بكلماته. Babi says that all that matters should be the Afghan identity, but he understands the rivalry and resentment. This visit from Tariq infuriates Rasheed, when Zalmai tells him, and he locks the child in his room, and begins to beat Laila. He eventually becomes abusive when Mariam continues to have miscarriages, and fails to produce the sons he wants. Mariam is initially hurt and threatened by Laila's presence and refuses to have anything to do with her.
I came away feeling like I learned something, which it is always a pleasure to say. They stop by Herat on their way to Kabul, where Laila visits Mariam's old home and is able to come to terms with her grief over Mariam's execution. The week we spent with the Ms. She visits Mariam's childhood home, and receives a box for the local Mullah's son that was meant for Mariam. This novel is about two wonderful, brave , intelligent and resolute women Mariam and Laila, their optimistic dreams, aspirations, boundless love. This section contains 830 words approx. The Taliban has risen to power, and there is a drought, and living conditions in Kabul become poor.