Analysis Of 'An Na' By Qindil

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As I was reading this chapter, I made a couple of text-to-text connections to other books that I have previously read last year. Qindil enters the land of Mashriq where he encounters an entirely different culture than that of his own. He is forced to adjust to his surroundings by interacting with other people in the lands. I found this scenario to be synonymous to some of the plot in the book, An na. This book is about a girl who immigrated to America from China. She and the rest of her family have to adjust to the American culture, and they are often perplexed by the American customs such as food, education, and basic social interactions. Comparing this book to The Journey of Ibn Fattouma, Qindil experiences a dramatic change in his country’s

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