Ethiopian short stories in english pdf

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short stories and plays written in the principal European languages. The object of the following and in a German translation: The Late Travels of S. an Italian.

Daniachew Worku

Sometimes it has to be personal to be understood. Population Media Center-Ethiopia expects these stories to raise awareness and bring about social change. The brave victims who have shared their stories here will not have suffered in vain. Each book contains twelve stories. Eight of the stories in each publication are based on an interview with an individual and told in her words. The four other stories in each publication are written by the writers and based on what the writers heard throughout countless interviews. Population Media Center-Ethiopia had received numerous requests from partners about the possibility of translating some of the strongest stories from the Amharic publications into English.

This content was uploaded by our users and we assume good faith they have the permission to share this book. If you own the copyright to this book and it is wrongfully on our website, we offer a simple DMCA procedure to remove your content from our site. Start by pressing the button below! The History of Ethiopia Saheed A. Divine George W. Thackeray and John E. ISBN 0———2 alk.

Daniachew Worku , born , Addis Ababa , Eth. The Thirteenth Sun a reference to the last month of the month Ethiopian calendar is an allegory of Ethiopia under the reactionary rule of Haile Selassie, but this allegory is submerged in an extraordinarily concrete, vivid, and poetic portrayal of Ethiopian society in the microcosm of a pilgrimage to a mountain shrine. Daniachew Worku. Info Print Cite. Submit Feedback. Thank you for your feedback.


In , a young Indian nun working at a mission hospital in Addis Ababa dies while giving birth to identical twins. Their father, a well-respected British surgeon, disappears, abandoning the boys. Fortunately for the twins, the two doctors who deliver them become their loving, adoptive parents. When political events take a dangerous turn, forcing Marion to flee to New York, he finds himself becoming entangled with his past and forced to come to terms with it. Verghese, an acute observer, vividly evokes life at the hospital and in the bustling capital. The Ethiopian-born author is a doctor who lives, writes and teaches medicine in the US.

Our starting point: The Ethiopian government has made plans to expand access to education. A part of this strategy is the idea of counteracting the poverty in the country through improved education. The children need books for the practical aspects of learning to read and write but they also need literature so that they will be inspired to read and will enjoy reading. There is thus a lack of books for the children in Ethiopia. Outside of the capital city, Addis Abeba, private bookshops are very rare. School books, on the other hand, are often plentiful.

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