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Zlata's Diary: A Child's Life in Sarajevo Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 81 - 100 Summary

Zlata Filipović
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Pages 81 - 100 Summary and Analysis

September comes. There has been less gunfire and days are proceeding more peacefully. The community has been without electricity for a month. Finally, on September 8th, the electricity returns.

Emina and Samra take on a family member, a toddler girl named Nejra, whose home was shelled. Zlata thinks Nejra is very cute. Samra has found a job and works long hours every day.

A boy, Eldin, from Zlata's drama class at summer school, dies from shrapnel. Zlata celebrates the birthday of a neighbor friend, Alma, but the celebration is cut short by shelling.

Immediate shelling stops long enough for Zlata to cross a bridge into a hard-hit part of Sarajevo. She sees her old school has been destroyed along with many other buildings. She is finally able to visit her grandparents, who are elated to see her. Water and electricity go out again...

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