I Will Always Write Back - Pages 321 – 396 Summary & Analysis

Caitlin Alifirenka and Martin Ganda
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Part 5: A Changing World (continued)

Martin: December 2002 – Martin worried about final exams and college as his school year came to a close, as well as waiting to learn how well he did on the SATs, which were paid for by Caitlin’s mother. He also worried because he was the only one of his friends who did not have a definite plan for the future. The day before graduating from Marist Brothers School, Martin thanked Headmaster Muzawazi for all of his help. Muzawazi wished Martin continued success, and told him to keep in touch. Martin agreed.

Part 6: American Dream

Caitlin: January 2003 – While Martin’s SAT scores were high for someone from Zimbabwe, they were not high enough for certain American colleges for a full scholarship. Caitlin and her mom realized they would have to find alternative ways of funding Martin’s college. Caitlin wrote...

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