Read the excerpt from Iqbal.
“It means that this kind of life isn’t right. We should return to our families; we shouldn’t be chained to our looms and forced to work like slaves.”
“I’d like to go home, too,” I said, “but we can’t.”
“Because . . . because . . . ,” burst in Salman, “because the master is stronger than us. Because it’s always been like this. Because nobody cares about us.”
“We’ll find somebody to help us. Out there. There must be someone.”
In this excerpt, the author uses words to characterize Iqbal as someone who
causes problems for others.
uses schemes to trick others.