The book entitled “The Cave in Tiravolo” is in size A5; It is a book of 400 pages, divided into three sections with 20 chapters.
The first part of the book is ethnographic stories. It tells the story of the culture and lifestyle of people living in northern Eritrea, along the coast and in Gash Barka, as well as in the Dahla Islands. It is about a culture that dates back to the 16th century. For example, it contains a story about the village of Agumit, in the Gash Barka zone, the story describes the lives of people in this av that may not exist on our planet. That is, women and men live in different systems and in two villages but are from the same community in Agumit. Men and women only meet when the sun goes down. This lifestyle has continued for the past 300 years.
There is also very little about the history of the inhabitants of the Dilac Islands that is described in detail in the book.
The second part of the book tells how Eritreans lived under Italian rule. At a time when black people were living in complete darkness due to the colonial era on the continent, it was not uncommon for Eritreans to take part in wars during the First World War. What were the lives and attitudes of Eritreans during World War II? This section of the book explains this. It’s the story of Zewdi Abraha, an Italian family worker. This is a historical account of how Eritrean youth lived in the 1940s and 50s.
The third part of the book tells the story of the Eritreans’ struggle for independence. It tells the story of the political situation in the Horn of Africa during this terrible war. I have here the story he describes how the countries of the Horn of Africa work together to create peace in their region. Instead of going into exile, it is about working hard for my own country and solving problems in a professional way.