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In terms of which is technically written better? Then again, I did love the use of Amir's narration in The Kite Runner as well, and the first person narration was something I missed in ATSS until, again, the latter part of the book where I started to see a clear picture of how the structure of the book was being used to enhance the story.

So they're both just beautifully written and make excellent use of their respective narrative structures and voice. So, very long story short: They're both some of my favorite books I've read recently, and stories of true human resilience and love.. Just do be prepared that it is not a FUN read, and can be quite tough to get through for the first while.. Did reading A thousand Splendid Suns, being a book about traumatised characters and domestic abuse, help you with your own trauma?

If the book influenced you in any way on a personal level, would you please share how? Every answer will be deeply appreciated. Zoe's Human My situation was quite different than the one in this book.

First, while the United States does not have full equality between the genders, my …more My situation was quite different than the one in this book. First, while the United States does not have full equality between the genders, my circumstances as a woman here are substantially safer and far, far closer to equality than those experienced by the women of this story.

Second, my abuse occurred as a child by a female parent. Now that you have that basic background, to your questions: While every person processes trauma differently, stories featuring abuse have always been cathartic for me.

For most people being abused causes them to develop a sense of shame as they tend to believe they deserve it. I was no exception. At this point in my life, I've healed enough for the sensation to be minimal and seldom. However, as part of my healing journey, I found that two things helped to combat the shame.

First, being exposed to stories of others, fictional or real, who have been abused. In becoming emotionally protective of them, my belief that they deserve better becomes my belief that I deserved better.

The second thing that helped me was to speak openly and honestly with others about my experiences, though that doesn't particularly relate to your questions.

Why did Nana kill herself? Was she mentally unstable? Or simply consumed with grief because Mariam went to go see her father? Rojaly Nana had been a socially rejected person after her unwanted pregnancy.

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Even before being made pregnant she was a lowly servant in the huge household …more Nana had been a socially rejected person after her unwanted pregnancy.

Even before being made pregnant she was a lowly servant in the huge household of Jalim. Though Jalim built a Kolba, a thatched house and provided ration regularly for her and Mariam it was out of his own selfish penance, not truely out of love.

Nana knew that Jalim had once rejected her and his love for his illegitimate child was not whole hearted. She knew that though Mariam was a "harami", a bastard she was her own.

Mariam was her own blood and her last living relative. But Mariam unaware of the big bad world was consumed by curiosity and she decided to leave the Kolba inspite of her mother's begging and threats. And when Mariam leaves Nana becomes desolate and hopeless. Being separated from the outer world of Herat and confined within the four walls of the Kolba for around 16 years, she finds herself lonely and without the emotional support of her daughter.

And she was a patient of epilepsy and probably a mental patient too. The second thing that helped me was to speak openly and honestly with others about my experiences, though that doesn't particularly relate to your questions. Why did Nana kill herself? Was she mentally unstable? Or simply consumed with grief because Mariam went to go see her father? Rojaly Nana had been a socially rejected person after her unwanted pregnancy. Even before being made pregnant she was a lowly servant in the huge household …more Nana had been a socially rejected person after her unwanted pregnancy.

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Even before being made pregnant she was a lowly servant in the huge household of Jalim. Though Jalim built a Kolba, a thatched house and provided ration regularly for her and Mariam it was out of his own selfish penance, not truely out of love. Nana knew that Jalim had once rejected her and his love for his illegitimate child was not whole hearted.

She knew that though Mariam was a "harami", a bastard she was her own.

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Mariam was her own blood and her last living relative. But Mariam unaware of the big bad world was consumed by curiosity and she decided to leave the Kolba inspite of her mother's begging and threats.

And when Mariam leaves Nana becomes desolate and hopeless. Being separated from the outer world of Herat and confined within the four walls of the Kolba for around 16 years, she finds herself lonely and without the emotional support of her daughter.

And she was a patient of epilepsy and probably a mental patient too. She finds a better option in suicide than in living a desolate life without her life support system, her daughter Mariam. Is this book better or worse than The kite runner? So I think this one is better. Load 5 more questions. Unanswered Questions 9. Are Mariam and Laila similar in some ways?

This was not an easy read and it did not have a lot of action. I must say I enjoyed the Kite Runner more. This book, for me, was terribly sad adn how about you? In the part 4, Tarik talks about that maybe it isn't completely bad that Bush just declared war on their country in the german edition it's page He wants to explain the reason to Laila, but doesn't finish the sentence.

I am not quite sure about what he wanted to say, does anyone of you know? Did he just mean that in this way, maybe the war will end, or was it something else he had in mind?

This book was amazing. It literally made me laugh and cry and while it was a page turner keeping me up at nights there were times I had to put it down because I could not endure reading more of their plight at that time. This story is almost written as a first hand account of wars truest casualty. While this is a novel Thanks for this literary gift.

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