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Two Paths from Kabul At the first part the author tell us their life in KabulHer mother was a teacherHer father was a physicianHer parents had liberal and democratic mind After Soviet invasionher father was hold in the prison because he refused to join the puppet governmentwhen she came to see fatherhe was brave and told her she shouldnt cryAt that timeshe was only 6 years oldHer mother went to government bureaus to rescue her husband when he was in prisonDuring this periodher mother met all kinds of difficultiesSome officers abused her and others wanted to tempt herBecause of a brave lawyer and lot of luckher father was released in a monthAfter thatthey move to Kabul cityThere were many friends to visit their homeThey are Intellectuals and professionalsHer mothers colleagues also visited her motherBut after mid-1980smore and more people fled the country In the next introduction explainsthe autor mentions why she was careful for DeyanaDuring this timethe author attended a public schoolShe knew her best friend Deyana at schoolBecause both of them loved poetry and novelthey often talked and studyThey went to all girls school when they attended high schoolTheir two boy Friends were going to be drafted after finished because of political reasonHer father decided to flee with them when her brother turned this ageThe opposition forces were fighting with the Soviet and government In the next partthey left Kabul and went to PakistanBy the journeythe author got a brief introduction to her homelandIn Pakistanher parents decidee to go to Canadaso they flew to Canada and settle in Moncton They began a new life in CanadaThe author met many new thing and new difficulties after she went to high schoolShe told Deyana her new life in Canada because she still kept communiction with her best friend In this partthe author told us about Deyanas statusAt that same timeDayana told her many things in AfghanistanDeyana was studying economics and Afghanistanwas still in
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