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Although this troupe has no real relation to the rest of the story in terms of main events, it seems to have built her character, after the event her decisions seem implemented with more confidence, and the troupe also gives her a light, friendly, social outlet other than her home at camp.
Soon after the play, Mariatu is contacted by a social worker named Comfort ironically and is informed a man named Bill from Canada has read her story in the paper and wishes to support her. After a brief geography and history lesson, Comfort informs Mariatu that a package is coming from Canada with clothes, and money.
Mariatu is very excited and hopefully looks forward to the arrival of the package, and perhaps even the next step, being brought to Canada by Bill. She is also told another, similar package has been sent again, by Bill. However, Mariatu is contacted once again by a social worker, this time, her name is Yabom.
Yabom informs her that a man in London, named David wishes to fly Mariatu to England, and enable her with prosthetic hands. Mariatu agrees and leaves for London, lthough she has a bad feeling about not informing them about Bill, and her hopes of Canada.
While staying in London, Mariatu is miserable. While waiting for her prosthesis, she explores the sights and attempts to learn some English. Before her final prosthesis is complete she is given a large, clunky, metal one which absolutely frustrates her to hell and back.
She hates wearing it, because she feels like a freak and feels she can do better without it.
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One night, however, Yabom asks Mariatu who Bill is. Afraid she has been caught she tells he details of him, and Canada, and in return, is informed Bill wants her to come to Canada.
Mariatu is very pleased and after a small blow-up and an apology to David Yabom agrees to help her. She flies back to Sierra Leone to get her visitors visa, and heads out to Canada, this time with Comfort. She immediately falls in love with the colour, the fresh air, and the friendliness of Canada, and really likes Bill.
Mariatu has a feeling she will never see Bill again, and she is right. Afraid for her safety, Bill dropped her off in good hands to protect her. Her story is spread and she gets a refugee status to stay in Canada. Once she becomes well off she goes back to Sierra Leone to see her family and bring supplies.
To her shock the locale is in even worse state. The money raised during the war was ept by the government and now that the war was over, no more money was coming in. She knows she must change this so she takes one step at a time, her story spreads she meets the president of Sierra Leone and is now working as a UNICEF special representative and is using the funds from this book to support poor children and children at war around the world.
At the closing of the first section Mariatu is dealing with the loss of her child. She is in a dark place, she is depressed; unmotivated. In this section, however, we see her being more, proactive. She joins the theatre troupe as an outlet to express herself as well as to socialize or familiarize herself with other Sierra Leoneans, or more specifically, other war victims.
From this point on, Mariatu only continues to grow. She is seen beginning to have goals, hopes, and reachable aspirations in which she does what is necessary. Not to say he is still without doubts, but she is much more hopeful and motivated.
Another changing point for Mariatu is while she in London. Except something is different.This Week’s Strategic Relocation Briefing By Joel Skousen, author, Strategic Relocation—North American Guide to Safe Places Note: Mr.
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Updated: 11/3/ Austronesian Comparative Dictionary. Languages (About the Languages index) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T. U V W Y Z Proto-Languages. T. Bite of the Mango Isu Log Essay ENG2DG ISU RESPONSE 2 By Jared Warren RETELL The second half of “The Bite Of The Mango ” featuring Mariatu Kamara shifts the theme from desperation, fear, suffering, and children at war to the brighter side of the spectrum, hope, sanctity, and freedom.
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