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A celebration of our achievements at the end of the 20th century, or a rallying cry for the next? An anthem to mark the end of an age, or a hymn for the future? The first two sections of Ben Okri's secular poem for the millennium appeared in "The Times" in January 1999. Now for the first time the full text of this extraordinarily tender and inspiring work is available.
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Ben Okri was born in Nigeria and now lives in London. He has published fiction (short stories and novels), poetry and essays. He has won numerous prizes for his work.Review:
"An angry, hopeful, weary, wary, epic reveille to the human spirit" The Times "No contemporary writer has raised greater passions than Okri" Guardian "Ben Okri is that rare thing, a literary and social visionary" Scotsman
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Book Description Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1861591640