Short story, 120 pages, 2012, ISBN: 978-975-07-1456-6, 9+, Illustrated by Behiç Ak

"That man changed my point of view. The unspoken rather than spoken, the unseen rather than seen began to catch my attention." After a while, that man who came out of nowhere and perched on the old electric wires started to change all the neighbourhood's perspective as well as Güneş's and made them realize the everyday details. This is a story by Sevim Ak which can look at today's lifestyle and "freedom" with an external perspective, a child's perspective.

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