I think this because the queen also might mean that she wants to marry him and Mahmud liked Nasir because he was intelligent so Mahmud wished Nasir was a girl. I am connecting Khadija to Buran because both of them lived in a male-dominating environment and both of them proved the people wrong because both were very successful businesswomen.
She was born in a family of 7 daughters in total.
Point of View means someone telling the story. Because in some countries women are not allowed to go out of their houses and only men are are allowed to go. Read the book; log it in your Reading Log 10 pts. Buran was perfect back then but now I wonder why she never tried to connect with her sisters and teach them things herself.
I have always been a big fan of fairytales and a fairytale with a strong heroine was hard to find in those days. Her mother is forced to change her view, even if only a little.
I found their father a very amazing man when I first read this book. Mahmud, son of the Wali of Tyre, is lonely. He had the courage to make a difference!
It has to have at least 8 cells, with illustration and summary. So she disguises herself as a man because women are not allowed to go from their houses for any purpose but men are so that is the reason behind she disguised as a man and fled away from her country to another country so she can start a business and then she later became a businessman.
Then Nasir wins the game of chess with Mahmud. Share Significant Event Pg1-Pg3 When you start reading part one you can understand that Buran is talking about her life of being born in an unfortunate decade or time and that she has 6 sisters and she is the 4th sister.
Both he and Buran change during this story, evolve into better and stronger characters and manage to create a tide that travels beyond borders.
I saw the slight curve of my bell, which would never be, absolutely flat, no matter how thin and hard the rest of me might be. After she met Ali, she offered him dinars and Ali took it and also had to tattoo a "B' above his chest because he was in more need of money.
The significant event I chose is when she went for a walk and met Mahmud after they had gone on their separate ways. Women's were not allowed to go out of their houses for any purpose. Their misunderstandings and miscommunications threaten to keep them apart forever, but with a little help they might just have a chance Buran noticed differences to the house she lived in and her family, her mom acted as if she was rich, the house was a lot bigger than before and her father was well and happy.
I chose a simile as my literary device. Share Significant Event Pg- 81 When we start reading part 2 we know that Mahmud is the prince and Nasir meets him and then later he Mahmud makes a plan to find if Nasir is a woman. Her mother is forced to change her view, even if only a little.
And also today in the world some countries does not allow women to go out from their houses. That they have the right to find their own path, even if they have to make one and smash things, from walls to noses! On Sutori, teachers and students create a variety of projects, assignments and portfolios.
This is important because Buran acted as if she was a boy so she was forgetting that she was a girl, this was important because this was a moment where Buran realized her feminine traits. I had years to think about her journey! It was my first time reading a book about a young girl that dresses as a boy and challenges the whole world that surrounds her, from her upbringing and family to the very society around her.
Unfortunately, even now some people live in the same time zone, frozen in archaic ways. Share Part 3 Summary: A simile is when two things are compared using "like" or "as". They were girls too far gone in their socially acceptable roles, simply accepting their fates and going along with it.
Handsome, clever, a little bit arrogant and occasionally devious, his loyalty is extraordinary. It could have gone wrong in so many horrifying ways, but this is a fairytale and I laugh at my own fears at that time since now I know she would have found her Happy End no matter what.
This story is a beautiful fairy tale that takes place in ancient lands with a sweet romance and good lessons for young girls. After they had settled down, they met their chef which was her cousin, Hassan. This how Syria was before the war Right: However, he fears for his daughter's futures when he becomes ill.
I still think of him as a great man. They proved that girls can do many things that men can do if they are given a chance.
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