By Wole Soyinka
Is such book that leaves one with tears, even those hard hearted fellows. I have read the first essay only to discover the French detonated an A bomb in Algeria in 1960!
And of UTA flight 772 bombing that was treated as a footnote compared to the Lockerbie bombing a year earlier.
If you add to this, the almost nuclear war during the Angolan self liberation struggle. There is really nothing to say. And that is a scary place. It is fear untold.
One should read this book. It’s a collection of five essays by the renown author on fear, human dignity- search for it- and all.