One Day I Will Write About This Place - Chapters 15, 16 and 17 Summary & Analysis

Binyavanga Wainaina
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In Chapter 15, Wainaina watches a black and white television in his room off campus. He is twenty-two. For the past year, Wainaina has been isolating himself from his friends and family. He does not know what happened to himself. Hebegan moving slower and, eventually, stopped going to class. Now, he hardly leaves his room at all. When he does leave, his head aches. Ciru is about to graduate. Sometimes, she comes and knocks on his door, but he does not answer. She puts money under the door and sometimes leaves food.

There is fighting in Rwanda. They have not heard from Aunt Rosaria who lives in Rwanda. Even though Wainaina knows he should call his mother because she is worried about her sister, he does not call. There are even clashes near the area of Kenya where the narrator's parents live. Moi has...

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