‘The Last Time I Saw Evuti’ By Sa’id Sa’ad

The last time I Saw Evuti is a story about an orphan young girl – grieving her lost parents with drawings under a man tree – in a cordial relationship with an aged cemetery guard – who quench his grief of loosing a daughter by digging out newly buried young women and making them wear the daughter’s cloth.

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