The Eternal Spring
• In "The Eternal Spring," Immaculee describes the idyllic setting of Rwanda and of the happy days of her youth.
• In "The Eternal Spring," much description of Immaculee's family--her parents and her three brothers--is given, painting pictures of them as wonderful, caring, and morally righteous people.
• "Standing Up" relates the history of ethnic differentiation and discrimination in Rwandan history.
• In "Standing Up," Immaculee relates her early educational experiences and exposure to the ethnic tensions in Rwanda.
• "Higher Learning" tells the reader about Immaculee's experiences at Lycee High School.
• In "Higher Learning," the reader learns that Immaculee's father, Leonard, was arrested for no reason and released only because of international pressure.
Off to University
• "Off to University" describes the Immaculee's joy while at the National University in Butare, where she enjoys greater freedoms, studies, and romance.
• "Off to University...
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