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Biographies: Telemanta and Kasuki Calona
Biography on the left (by Lauren): Telemanta: Pioneer of Adwan When Telamanta was eight, her family was poor and had no money for schooling. Other children would pass her at her mother’s laundry business (a few tubs with soapy water) and taunt her, quizzing her with hard questions and throwing dirt on the drying clothes. Finally, it got so bad that Telamanta couldn’t go outside without school going on. When the war reached its peak, the family left to go overseas with Atmar Bevrot. Having no friends, it was Telamanta’s chance to start fresh. The war was a big influence on Telamanta’s family. Since they were poor, they suffered under starvation, exhausting work, and totalitarianism. When Atmar Bevrot announced that he was going to leave, Telamanta’s father and many others begged him to take them. Atmar consented. When Atmar tood the families on the sea, they did not know where they were going, but they had to find somewhere safe. The ship, called Merdilast, sailed for a full year before reaching Adwan. Along the way, enemy ships had shot at it, ruining half of the rations. Three people died. After she crossed the ocean with Atmar Bevrot, she searched with him and his crew to find a new place to settle. At first, they couldn’t settle in the east, because they were not used to the annual floodings. Later, people would grow mish rice there. They traveled southwest, halfway across the country. For them, the rains weren’t enough to grow their staple crop, telnun. Later, they would be able to exploit the perfect conditions for the grain. Finally, after all the time following the side of the mountain range, they traveled into the mountains. Telamanta was very pleased and asked Atmar if they could stop. There they started Adwan’s civilization. When Telemanta traveled as a child with Atmar Bevrot, she helped get them feed by finding birds and nests. When a horse fell ill, she would nurse it back to health. When they settled down, she helped domesticate some of the local animals, such as the kelpe. This proved to be a great advantage. When she finally settled down in Alderig, she started an inn. The farm behind it still supplements the food for the Blue Dier Inn, a landmark in Adwan’s history. Biography on the right (by Jenny): Kasuki Calona: Peacemaker Kasuki Calona was born as a sickly child. He had many diseases when he was two years old. He had a disease for three weeks. He couldn’t eat or move. Kasuki had fevers every month. He would be in bed at least three days before he would feel better. After he was five, he had stopped getting diseases and fevers but he would get an illness that couldn’t let him move. Kasuki’s family was killed by a sand storm when he was eight years old. After that happened he was adopted to the Osaga family. When he was adopted his life changed, because of the new way of living. When Kasuki was with his first family he didn’t get education, but he did when he moved in with the Osaga family. Kasuki’s emotions were almost over about what happened. But he had missed his parents. He would pray for them every single night for them to come back. As Kasuki turned twenty-one he moved on, but whenever he heard about sand storms, he would remember the memories of his parents. Kasuki was a well known man because of his kindness and his caring for his family. He was willing to do anything that would help his family, like go to the market to buy things such as food and cleaning items. When Kasuki’s parents got hungry, he would walk to the market and buy the food for them. He would even go to the market at midnight to get water from the oasis for his siblings. Kasuki Osaga was known all over Karataki because he made peace with everyone in Mataka City as well as in Cumanoah. Peace was one of the things that were important to Kasuki, so if he followed the road to peace in Karataki, the country would be peaceful. And it happened. He was the peacemaker of Karataki from when he was twenty-one until he was seventy two years old. After he was done with the peacemaking, he carried on with teaching people peacemaking.40. Presentation biography 'Een kwestie van Macht'
Anthony van Kampen (left) in The Hague during the presentation of his biography about Louis Schoonheyt (right), titled A Question of Power. Anthony van Kampen (links) tijdens de presentatie in Scheveningen van het door hem geschreven levensverhaal over Schoonheyt (rechts), getiteld Een kwestie van Macht.
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