In the Name of I

By Bea Eschen

Biography & memoir, General non-fiction, Travel, Women's fiction


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The calm fishpond leading to a drumming waterfall gave the small village a special character. In this idyll shaped by the contrasts of nature, the village people gathered to fish for trout and discuss current events. The older citizens recalled that earlier the lake had carried lots of large trout. Over the years it had silted up, so the trout had been getting smaller and smaller. This problem didn't matter to the children, because only the waterfall caught their attention. The danger and risk involved falling into it sparked heroic statements. Alannah felt excited when she stood on the opposite bank watching and listening to the powerful sound of the falling water. She became more and more aware of her wish to get to know the world outside her home. This wish grew into a hot and deep longing for the unknown that was becoming a constant companion of her existence.

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