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You might not recognize the name of Malala Yousafzai, but you probably recall the jarring event that made her famous: On October 9th, 2012, Taliban gunmen attempted to assassinate her as this young Pakistani education activist returned home on a bus. Her story as told here by herself and five-time Foreign Correspondent of Year Christina Lamb is far more than a grim reprise of that grim life-threatening afternoon. Indeed, Yousafzai's autobiography serves as a miniature history of a region entangled in fierce, sometimes deadly culture wars.