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Characters: Malala Setting: Swat, Pakistan Scene: The society of the village where Malala was born is very patriarchal. Although there are famous women in their history, men are still given a higher place, and women are expected to be just homemakers. Malala feels this throughout her life.
Characters: Malala Setting: Swat Scene: Malala walked to school alone as a young child because of her desire to be educated in a society where girls were not expected to attend school and in fact discouraged from doing so
Characters: Malala and her classmates, the Taliban Setting: Bus ride from school Scene: One day the Taliban stopped Malala's bus on the way home from school. They said they wished to learn some information about some of the students, and asked who Malala was. She raised her hand and the man raised a gun and shot her in the face.
Characters: Malala and her Family Setting: Birmingham, England Scene: Malala's family left the country after she was shot because they were exiled. They moved to England, and although they miss their home, they are much better off in this new place
Characters: Malala Malala's home in England Scene: Malala is constantly haunted by the experience of being shot, but it especially comes to her at night in her dreams which took a great toll on her.
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