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“The farthest she'd ever been from the kolba was the two-kilometer walk she'd made to Jalil's house.”
“It was this last piece that slipped from Mariam's fingers, that fell to the wooden floorboards of the kolba and shattered.”
“It must have, because Mariam remembered that she had been restless and preoccupied that day, the way she was only on Thursdays, the day when Jalil visited her at the kolba.”
“Mariam did surmise, by the way Nana said the word, that it was an ugly, loathsome thing to be a harami, like an insect, like the scurrying cockroaches Nana was always cursing and sweeping out of the kolba.”
“Kui see Bob seal kolba kujul on, siis see nn piloot on see toorfilm, millega mindi rahastajaid püüdma.”
“She steps out of the kolba Outside, the light has shifted slightly.”
“She missed sitting with Mullah Faizullah outside the kolba, watching the fireworks explode over Herat in the distance, the sudden bursts of color reflected in her tutor's soft, cataract-riddled eyes.”
“No. She grew up in a kolba made of mud outside the village.”
“The whole mass of them swayed side to side, like the tall grass around the kolba when the breeze swept across the clearing.”
“Mariam stood beside Bibi jo, with the women, as Mullah Faizullah recited prayers at the graveside and the men lowered Nana's shrouded body into the ground-Afterward, Jalil walked Mariam to the kolba, where, in front of the villagers who accompanied them, he made a great show of tending to Mariam.”
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