Kabbada Mika'el composed dramatization fortifying Christian qualities, assaulting realism, and investigating recorded occasions. Taddasa Liban composed short stories that analyze the connection between the old and the new in Ethiopian culture. Asras Asfa Wasan composed verse and recorded books about political occasions, including the military overthrow, endeavored against Emperor Haile Selassie I in December 1960. Scholars, for example, Mengistu Gedamu and P'awlos Nyonyo turned out to be increasingly worried in their works with social issues, and the broad battle among custom and innovation was discussed. Authors looked further abroad and expounded on politically-sanctioned racial segregation in South Africa and the African patriot pioneer Patrice Lumumba. At the turn of the 21st century, there was likewise a worry with protecting conventional materials in Amharic.