Zlata's Diary: A Child's Life in Sarajevo - Study Guide Pages 121 - 140 Summary & Analysis

Zlata Filipović
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Zlata hears from her departed friends Maja and Bojana. They now live in a big house and go to school like regular kids. Zlata goes to a retired teacher's house for math lessons.

Electricity returns to the city, but only for "priority" customers. Zlata's family bootlegs (with permission) a neighbor's electricity to have a little of their own.

Life continues amidst war. The favorite event to celebrate is the birthday. Zlata participates in parties for toddler Nejra, Kenan, Zika, Haris, and Bojana (even though she is out of the country). Electricity turns back off—seemingly a never-ending cycle.

French filmmakers visit Zlata (presumably they had gotten their hands on her published diary), and wish to do an interview of her at the local university. Zlata is very excited. However, there is no electricity again and the cameraman could not make it into...

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