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Two years pass, and Anowa and Kofi Ako are traveling the highway in their work of bringing animal skins to market. It is raining, and the couple's food and animal skins are wet. They sit to rest. Kofi Ako is concerned that Anowa is too tired and that the work is too hard for her small body, but Anowa protests that she does not mind the work. Anowa's real concern is that she has not had a child yet, and she offers up the idea that she should find another woman for Kofi Ako to marry so that he can become a father. Kofi Ako is angry at this suggestion.

As Anowa sleeps, Kofi Ako says to himself that he loves Anowa but wishes she were like other wives and stayed home to take care of the house and children. Many other people have thought Anowa is...

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