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If I could contribute to more people getting education, (so) that more people can tell their stories, then I have done it”. Still, she believes that boundaries for the relationship with individual persons must be clear from the outset. (Larssen, 2013, p.92)

Seierstad was merely trying to educate the masses and was trying to ensure that voices that are often unheard or unvoiced were given the opportunity to be heard, ironically as previously stated this attempt of voicing the unheard was nearly silenced altogether. Her journalistic relationship is also reiterated and focused upon as this certainly restates the professional relationship, she held with the Khan family during her time of writing The Bookseller of Kabul. The role of the writer is highlighted throughout this whole episode as one of