I have already seen the verb "escape" with preposition ("from") and without. Is one of the uses the correct?
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Why don't you look up "escape" in a dictionary such as Oald which gives a survey about the possible verb constructions.
Depends on the context.
"Our prisoner has escaped" is perfectly fine.
"I have escaped from Alcatraz" is, too.