Escape

2011 Second Place Burt Award for Ethiopian Young Adult Literature
Publisher: 
CODE-Ethiopia
Pages: 
200
Fiction
Paperback

“What are the things you suspect?” 
“I saw a picture of that man in the house of the women and…” 
“Which men?” 
“The one who lent money to my father.” 
“He might somehow have a relationship with the woman,” smiled Dagne. 
“May be, but after I saw his picture I doubted the existence of any blood relationship between my father and the man who lent him money…

The writer mainly adheres to a narrative mode that enables the reader to vividly listen to the dialogues of the characters. In the dialogues, one can easily see the challenges the young protagonists face and the struggle they engage in to set themselves free. 

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“What are the things you suspect?” 
“I saw a picture of that man in the house of the women and…” 
“Which men?” 
“The one who lent money to my father.” 
“He might somehow have a relationship with the woman,” smiled Dagne. 
“May be, but after I saw his picture I doubted the existence of any blood relationship between my father and the man who lent him money…

The writer mainly adheres to a narrative mode that enables the reader to vividly listen to the dialogues of the characters. In the dialogues, one can easily see the challenges the young protagonists face and the struggle they engage in to set themselves free. 

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