Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust - A Letter from Damascene Summary & Analysis

Immaculée Ilibagiza
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A Letter from Damascene Summary and Analysis

Reading Damascene's letter was an incredibly painful process for Immaculee. First, she knew that Damascene had been killed, and so these were his last words to her. Second, he began the letter hopeful, but then, after learning of their parents' and Vianney's deaths, the tone of the letter changed. Still, he signed it with love and Immaculee knew how he had cared for her. Immaculee would later learn that even as he was being tortured, Damascene refused to divulge the details of Immaculee's hiding place. Damascene's death was brutal but he died with dignity. Learning of his death was difficult for Immaculee and reading the letter from him brought her sadness.

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