Outline how Fariba (mammy) is characterized as someone ruled by blind faith give evidence to support this and explain the harm it causes


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Outline how Fariba (mammy) is characterized as someone ruled by blind faith - give evidence to support this and explain the harm it causes.

  • Outline how Fariba (mammy) is characterized as someone ruled by blind faith - give evidence to support this and explain the harm it causes.



Fariba (mammy) is a character ruled by blind faith. She is motivated by her sons and in blind submission of their cause and actions. This makes her focus her decisions around these beliefs despite that its not the safest action. This is shown in the following quotes…

  • Fariba (mammy) is a character ruled by blind faith. She is motivated by her sons and in blind submission of their cause and actions. This makes her focus her decisions around these beliefs despite that its not the safest action. This is shown in the following quotes…



P173 ‘Babi tried to convince Mammy to leave Kabul. “They’ll work it out,” Mammy said. “This fighting is temporary. They’ll sit down and figure something out,”

  • P173 ‘Babi tried to convince Mammy to leave Kabul. “They’ll work it out,” Mammy said. “This fighting is temporary. They’ll sit down and figure something out,”



P140 ‘And now they’re both Shaheed, my boys, both martyrs.’

  • P140 ‘And now they’re both Shaheed, my boys, both martyrs.’



P120 ‘No, no, no. Oh, no. Not for my sons. Not for my sultans. They deserve better’

  • P120 ‘No, no, no. Oh, no. Not for my sons. Not for my sultans. They deserve better’



P160 ‘You will not liken that one-legged carpenter’s boy to your brothers. There is no one like you brothers.’

  • P160 ‘You will not liken that one-legged carpenter’s boy to your brothers. There is no one like you brothers.’



P139 ‘…the only task mammy never neglected was her five daily namaz prayers. She ended each namaz with her head hung low, her hands held before her face, palms up, muttering a prayer for god to bring victory to the Mujahideen.’

  • P139 ‘…the only task mammy never neglected was her five daily namaz prayers. She ended each namaz with her head hung low, her hands held before her face, palms up, muttering a prayer for god to bring victory to the Mujahideen.’






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