For Etini’s parents, the only way to raise a child is to exhibit extreme strictness that borders on plain wickedness. Yet there is the example of Kokomma who seems to confirm that letting a child develop freely is a recipe for disaster.
This story begins by negotiating the complexity of raising children the Christian way, but ultimately dovetails into a story of the enduring nature of love and fate’s hand in all things. But most especially, it highlights the innate good in man, despite the cruel hand one might have been dealt.
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