Selamawi Asgedom Writing Styles in Of Beetles and Angels: A Boy's Remarkable Journey from a Refugee Camp to Harvard

Selamawi Asgedom
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Perspective

The book concludes with a section about the author. It states how the author fled from war-torn Ethiopia when he was three years old. He lived with his family in a Sudanese refugee camp until he emigrated to the United States when he was seven. In America, he overcame many challenges included linguistic, financial, and cultural challenges before he earned a full tuition fellowship to Harvard University. He won many awards at Harvard and majored in American history. Mawi delivered his commencement address at his graduation, which he printed out as the epilogue in this book. He is currently a speaker for businesses, community groups, and students. Mawi still lives in Chicago with his family.

Tone

The tone of this book is subjective. "Of Beetles and Angels: A Boy's Remarkable Journey From a Refugee Camp to Harvard" is the narration of events that happened to Mawi and his...

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