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Theme Wheel. Themes and Colors Key. LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in I Am Malala , which you can use to track the themes throughout the work. Malala explains that she was born at dawn traditionally a sign of luck in her community , but many people in the village still felt sorry for her family because Malala was a girl. As she puts it, women in her country are seen as second-class citizens, fit only for making food and birthing more children.
Active Themes. Related Quotes with Explanations. Ziauddin insisted that Malala was special, and celebrated her birth with coins and fruit—gifts usually reserved for male children. At times Malala makes large, sweeping statements about the state of sexism, religious extremism, etc. Ziauddin will be a huge influence on Malala, and we see that he adored her from the start, refusing to treat her any differently from male children. Malala is named after Malalai , a heroine of Afghanistan. The Pashtuns obey a strict moral code of honor, which obligates them to treat all people with honor and respect.
The Pashtuns are also a proud, warlike people. Malalai is a heroine to them because in the s, she led the Pashtuns in a successful uprising against the British Empire. Malalai was only a teenager at the time, and she set aside married life to become a general and a warrior.
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British soldiers killed her, but her troops eventually defeated the British. Yet at the same time, women have played an unusually large role in Pashtun history, and in fact one stands at the center of its single greatest military victory. Thus it seems self-contradictory that this society should so revere the women of its past while having so little respect for the women of its present.
Malala continues explaining her culture. She lives in Swat Valley, a beautiful place full of fruit trees, rivers, and forests. In the winter, the villagers ski in the nearby mountains.
Swat is currently a part of the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, in Pakistan. Formerly, Swat was an independent state, but following Indian independence in , it became an autonomous state of Pakistan. The people of Swat use the Pakistan currency—the rupee—but nonetheless maintain an unusually large amount of cultural and political autonomy from Pakistan.
Most of the people of Swat have never left their valley, even though the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad, is only a hundred miles away. One thing to keep in mind, Malala stresses, is that everyone in Mingora is restricted in his or her movements—not just the women. This then makes it all the more tragic when Swat is beset with violence, oppression, and suffering.
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