Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust - Burying the Dead Summary & Analysis

Immaculée Ilibagiza
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Burying the Dead Summary and Analysis

The years following the genocide were ones of faith for Immaculee. While at Sarah's she continued to heal and transfer her story to paper. She kept her job at the UN. Consequently, the genocide was never far from her mind but she was integrating it with her current life. A UN employee, Colonel Gueye, would eventually bring Immaculee and Sarah back to Mataba for a visit. While there, Immaculee exhumed the remains of her mother and Damascene, and buried them properly on the grounds of her old family home, surrounded by friends, neighbors and survivors. She also visited her aunts and surviving cousins who continued to struggle after returning to their village.

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