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Jihadi Jane by Tabhish Khair

Tabish Khair’s heart-wrenching narrative comes at a time when ISIS poses a worldwide threat. The Islamic State was founded by a handful of fanatics; now it holds the world to ransom. 576 more words

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist Book Review

The Reluctant Fundamentalist  by  Mohsin Hamid is a short novel in the form of a monologue of character Changez, recounting his life story as an immigrant in pre and post 9/11 America.   1,500 more words

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist (pages 138-184)

Somehow I knew the author would end the story in this sort of fashion. Was Changez out to kill the American, or was the American his assassin from the beginning? 1,130 more words

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist (Pages 108- 138)

More time passes before Changez sees Erica again. When he does, he is greeted first at the door of her parents home by Erica’s mother who tries to convey to him the serious sort of state her daughter has fallen into. 1,007 more words

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist (Pages 77-107)

Changez begins this chapter pointing out to the American the contrast of a woman’s’ perfume at the cafe  to the smell of the meal of flesh she’s about to dine on. 395 more words

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist (Chapter 5)

Halfway through the fifth chapter of “The Reluctant Fundamentalist”, I already knew I would be dedicating a blog post to it. ( And not just because I have to break this up into 5 blog posts before Monday) (However it does work out) 1,005 more words

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist (Pages 1-61)

The first thing that strikes me about this story, is the way in which it is being told. I only thought this style would last briefly, but I now believe it will be used throughout the entire story. 923 more words

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