After World War II, imperative essayists kept on creating works in Amharic. Mekonnin Indalkachew composed Silsawi Dawit (1949– 50; "David III"), Ye-dem semen (1954– 1955; "Time of Blood"), and T'aytu Bit'ul (1957– 58), every single recorded novel. Girmachew Tekle Hawaryat composed the novel Araya (1948– 49), about the venturing of the laborer Araya to Europe to be instructed and his battle to choose whether to stay there or come back to Africa. One of Ethiopia's most prevalent books, it investigates generational clash and additionally the contention among custom and innovation. Kabbada Mika'el turned into a huge writer, biographer, and history specialist. Different scholars additionally managed the contention between the old and the new, with issues of social equity, and with political issues.