Zlata's Diary: A Child's Life in Sarajevo - Study Guide Pages 61 - 80 Summary & Analysis

Zlata Filipović
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Next, more bad news: the family's country home in Crnotina has burned down, and several of their neighbors there have been killed. Violence continues, and there is a massacre on Tito street. Zlata states that she is a child without a childhood. Water and electricity continue to come and go. Most of Zlata's friends have left by now. Perhaps Zlata's best friend during this time is Bojana, a neighbor's daughter.

On July 8th the family receives a UN care package, with beef, fish, cheese, soap, and other essentials. There are long lines to receive one of these packages. A neighbor and friend, Nedo, finds a kitten, and Zlata names it Cici. Two refugee girls, Emina and Samra, move in to a nearby apartment. The neighborhood has become a sort of family through all the distress of the war.

Many animals roam the streets...

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