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Exposition Malala lives in Swat Valley, Pakistan with her family. It’s a beautiful place but everyone is poor. Malala studied at the Khushal school, an underground school for girls, since girls aren’t allowed to study like the boys are, due to the rules of the Taliban. There are many rules for women to follow thanks to the Taliban.
Rising Action Malala and her father believed they had to speak out against the Taliban. Malala with the help of a journalist and her dad wrote a journal using a fake name speaking out about how the Taliban was treating them and how it was unfair. Malala knew going to school was dangerous but she still attended.
Climax Just as her father had feared, Malala was shot by the Taliban forgoing to school. She was shot on the bus on the way home. She then was flown out to a hospital in Birmingham. She then had emergency surgery. She stayed in the hospital for weeks because, her severe injuries.
Falling Action Malala recovered slowly from her cut nerve ending and from the emergency surgery she had so desperately needed. Malala received prayers, sympathizers, gifts, and visitors while she was in the hospital. She even got to speak out in the UK about the situation going on in Pakistan thanks to the Taliban.
Resolution After she recovered, she was then presented with the Nobel Peace Prize. She and her family stayed in Birmingham even though they didn't have any legal papers. Unfortunately, even after the Taliban promised, they still wreak havoc in Pakistan. The great flood in Swat Valley caused everyone to become weak and vulnerable.
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