Surname 1Student’s NameInstructor’s NameCourseDateReligionAhmed was raised with a motive that one day she will be a voice for the disadvantaged people inthe society. She devoted her time to writing about the underprivileged life she went through with her family. She categorically transcribed about the situations that women experienced in her country and across the world. She strained to air the grievances of all women, irrespective of their class, beliefs, or ethnicity background.As Ahmed was growing, her family was faced with a lot of challenges. She kept questioning herself about who she was and where she was positioned in the society (Ahmed, 249). In her teenage, she spent most of her life moving across borders which in turn created confusion on her real identity. Colonialism in Egypt greatly contributed to the contradictions she was confronted with. Ahmed’s effort to search for her identity overlapped with her struggle for national liberty.