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Zlata's Diary: A Child's Life in Sarajevo Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 161 - 180 Summary

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Pages 161 - 180 Summary and Analysis

Nedo's departure reminds Zlata that nearly none of her pre-war friends are still around, and she feels lonely. She keeps in touch with letters, which she prizes greatly, but still she admits having her friends with her would be much better than mere letters.

On July 17, 1993, Zlata attends an official promotion for her diary book. A woman reads passages from her diary accompanied by piano. Many journalists as well as local citizens are there to support Zlata. At the end, Zlata reads a prepared statement she wrote about war robbing her of her childhood, and her hope for peace.

Afterwards, Zlata is something of an international celebrity, and journalists from several countries come to visit her at her home. ABC News makes her their "person of the week."

Cici the cat is pregnant, and Zlata wants to adopt at least one of the...

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