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The Valley and the Village
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adal-badal alliance allies Badshah Barth become boys bride price brother child claim clan cousins culture daughter death death instinct demands dominance Dost Muhammad elder elite emotional equals exchange father fear feud fieldwork fight Freud friendship genealogical girls give given groom's guest honor hospitality host hujera husband ideal instinct insult killed Kohistani labor land landless leader live loan mahar Mahmat khel Malik khel marriage married mediators men's house mother Muhammad mullah mushur North-West Frontier Province nuclear family obliged offered one's Pakistan party patrilineal pattern Peshawar political poor Pukhtun Pukhtunwali purdah Rahman Baba relations relationship relatives religious revenge ritual rivalry role rupees seen segmentary lineage sexual shame sharecropper Shin Bagh sister social structure society sons stanadar Swati tarbur tarburwali Umar khel Upper Swat valley village violence Wali wesh wife wives woman women Yusufzai Zaman