One Day I Will Write About This Place - Chapters 23, 24 and 25 Summary & Analysis

Binyavanga Wainaina
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In Chapter 23, Wainaina is able to maintain his confidence in school for only one week. He goes to only one class. That night he gets so drunk he is kicked out of the club to which he had gone. He lives with a woman named Sylvia and begins writing a novel. He cannot face his parents.

Black empowerment becomes a popular idea with many people whom Wainaina had attended school winding up in prosperous careers. He notices how one person who has designed a state of the art conventions center whom he knows is described as having grown up in a mud hut. Wainaina knows otherwise. This friend offers to let Wainaina market his project. He realizes how much the people of South Africa have given him and how this friend, a person who trusts him, is giving him.

Wainaina works with his...

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