Muhammed Zafar Iqbal

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  • Personal Narrative: How Daddy Changed My Life

    I would never be the same person, never. I met someone, I hadn't met him in years and I never knew he could make a difference in my life. This man changed the way I thought, acted and dressed. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, otherwise known as my grandfather, or as we call him, Daddy. Everyone wonders why we call him Daddy, but I don't have an accurate answer. We grew up calling him that, and I guess it's because we all are very close to him and think of him as another father figure. Daddy looks like a serious, strict man, but once you get to know him, he is a sweet and generous man, he wasn't like anyone I met before. He is a brave man, he tries to make many changes in his community and even though some people insulted him, he did the right thing…

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  • I Escaped A Violent Gang Analysis

    The texts “I Escaped A Violent Gang” and “Making Sarah Cry” have similar themes of courage. Each text shows the theme differently throughout the text. In “I escaped A Violent Gang” the author had to go through different events needing courage. In “Making Sarah Cry” Sarah shows courage while standing up to her bullies. While both of these texts share a common theme, the mood of the texts is completely different. The memoir “I Escaped A Violent Gang” has a mood of sadness and is a bit scary…

    Words: 741 - Pages: 3
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