I Will Always Write Back Setting & Symbolism

Caitlin Alifirenka and Martin Ganda
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Pen pal letters

Pen pal letters symbolize friendship, learning, and unity. The letters that Caitlin and Martin exchange with one another over time leads to a deep friendship between the two, allows them to learn more about one another and their native countries, and helps bring people in different parts of the world closer together in unity.

America Online (AOL)

America Online (AOL) was symbolic of the cutting edge of technology in the 1990s. AOL was a combination internet provider, e-mail service, and internet browser all in one. It used dial-up internet connections in the 1990s, and enabled Caitlin to begin to research Zimbabwe.

Photographs

Photographs are considered symbolically precious in Zimbabwe because they are so rare and so expensive. Martin is beyond thrilled when Caitlin sends him a photo of herself, not only because he learns what she looks like, but because the photo itself is a...

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