Living in America, she meets the two men and learn that together, being the scientist and the carpenter, have developed a new invention: the solar powered tent. Lebanon is a high migrant area - so between them, they decide to take this invention and build refugee camps for the homeless in need there. While the scientist continues working on inventions, and the carpenter continues building tent after tent, the granddaughter works with the women of the camp teaching them how to deal with the inequality they face, and supporting those who have suffered violence before migrating.
Ethical Benefits and Challenges of Bringing These Stories Together
The ethical benefits of merging these narratives is that different aspects of injustices through different ages can all be brought together in a modern and relevant manner. The ethical challenges of bringing them together is the difficulty of linking migration directly to feminism.