Spuzzles: Vocabulary (SparkNotes Spuzzles)

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  • ISBN-13: 9781411402836
  • Publisher: Spark Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/4/2004
  • Series: SparkNotes Spuzzles Series
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.51 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2004

    Shabanu- is an Outstanding and fantastic book!!! but tragic endings

    This is a book about an eleven-year-old¿s coming of age in the Cholistan desert of Pakistan. Shabanu is 11 years old; she is brown with the sun, has large black eyes with a strong nose, square chin, and short and rounded with muscle. She lives Cholistan Desert of Pakistan. She has a sister name Phulan, Which means a ¿flower¿. She lives with her. Mum, dad, and grandfather. Shabanu is wild as the wind and she¿s been allowed freedom forbidden to most Muslim girls. She can¿t abide anything that keeps her form the animals, from running free and climbing throne trees. Also she has no patience to wait to do all that. But unfortunately, she realizes that her freedom is going to be taken away from her. When -Shabanu is when Hamir gets killed by the landlord-Nazir and they all go to decide how will they solve the problem of his dignity when Shabanu throws water pots on him to protect herself and phulan¿s, over there the landowner's wealthy and respected older brother meets Shabanu when she is trying to save her cousins from falling down the tree, he literally falls in love with Shabanu and decides with Shabanu¿s family that if they let Shabanu be his fourth wife he will promise that Nazir won¿t bother Murad or his land and so Shabanu's parents decide that Phulan will marry Shabanu's fiancé who is Murad, and, in order to ensure peace between the families, Shabanu's parents agree to let him marry her. There Shabanu¿s fears that she doesn¿t want to marry a man who is 55-years old and is nearly her grandfather¿s age and is trying to find a plan which will get her out of this marriage. She tries to run-away but because of Mithoo¿s leg gets injured, she has to wait for her father to find them, the story ends with a tragedy, Shabanu now has to get used to the idea of getting married to a 55- year old man. But In Haveli, the second part of Shabanu, the story starts out great but gets complicated¿ Shabanu is 18year old desert girl who lives in the Cholistan desert with her family. She is now Rahim-shaib who is a politician and adores his fourth and youngest wife Shabanu a lot and accepts her to be obedient. Shabanu also had a small five year old daughter whose name is Mumtaz whom she loved so much that she devoted her life to and thought that she is her freedom and her determination to achieve everything for her what ever she was unable to do. Shabanu wanted to make sure that her daughter would not be forced to take the most important decision in her life due to some cultural pressure. Shabanu held captive and dealed with the every day challenges of her harsh life in Pakistan without the family that she always relied on. Beside her goals she had to suffer with evil and older wives of her husband, they were cruel to her and her daughter. They were jealous of the young girl whom their husband loves so dearly. Shabanu always feared that they might try to harm her and her daughter, and that¿s why she had to be alert every moment from their plans against them. Shabanu decided that she had to find an appropriate place for her and her daughter after Rahim¿s death because she could not afford to stay with her husband¿s evil wives to ruin her daughter¿s future. She asked Rahim to go to Lahore and put a tutor for her daughter so she and her daughter both could be educated. She is relieved when they were offered the opportunity to go into the city dwelling of Haveli. But her problem did not end; she has to face danger of another sort love, with a man whose name was Omar. He is unexpectedly handsome to Shabanu and whose life was ruled by the same traditions as Shabanu and that make their union impossible. Ultimately, Shabanu decides that she must thread her way between conflicting loyalties to her husband, her friend, her family, and to her own passion to choose a right path for her and for her daughter. But when Rahim died she found both tragic and a forbidden love. While she battled with her conscious, she made plans for her daughter's education and d

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2004


    Great book, really helped me on the SAT. I was doing well in math, but really needed help in the english part. My score went up so much, just from vocabulary! It's now a 700, all because of how great this book was. Fun too

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2004

    Vocab 6

    taciturn-reserved or being silent by habit truculent-fierce, savage, cruel vacillate-to hesitate, to change, to waver

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