Zlata’s Diary by Zlata Filipovic

Zlata Filipovic started writing her diary at the age of 10 a few months before war broke out in Sarajevo. She had no idea that war was imminent. In fact, even when she saw news footage of Dubrovnik, Croatia, she couldn’t conceive of war coming to Sarajevo. She couldn’t imagine that the surrounding area would be devastated by shelling and that she would be confined to one room in her family’s apartment without the basic necessities of life.

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One Response to “Zlata’s Diary by Zlata Filipovic”

  1. Stefanie Brackemyre Says:

    What else could you say? Not every person has the exact same thoughts but it’s good to see a varied range of ways of thinking about things, to put it crudely. Makes you sit back and question your own habits and preconceived ideas sometimes.

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