I Am Malala Comparison

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In the memoir “I Am Malala” by Christina Lamb and Malala Yousafzai, the authors elaborate the miserable experiences that Malala faced and how she kept fighting for women’s education. This memoir relates to the article “Do Our Kids Get Off Too Easy?” by Alfie Kohn, because of how the purpose of this article is to tell us, readers, that children are becoming inadequate. The memoir “I Am Malala” by Christina Lamb and Malala Yousafzai, Malala is fighting for women’s education. Malala fights the Taliban by giving speeches and influencing others. In chapter 1, page 19, Malala said: “I started writing my own speeches and changing the way I delivered them, from my heart rather than from a sheet of paper”. This indicates that Malala expresses herself through her heart with emotions and experiences that would hopefully impact others. Chapter 11, page 77, Malala tells us, readers, that “The Taliban could take our pens and books, but they could not stop our minds from thinking.”. This quote emphasizes on how passionate Malala is in her belief as well as informing us that our mind/knowledge can’t be taken…show more content…
Malala relates to the article because of her similarity to what the author of the article’s belief. One example is how the article tells us that to prepare for the “real world” it’s necessary to have plenty hardships while you are young. This is what Malala is doing with her life because she “done enough to merit” her rewards, which is to influence others and fight for women’s education. Another example is how the “Mullahs from the TNSM preached that the earthquake was a warning from God. If we did not mend our ways and introduce Shariat or Islamic law, they shouted in their thundering voices, the more severe punishment would come.”. In my opinion, this is an example of a miserable experience because of how people are forced to another side because of

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