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Good. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. Set in the hustle of Lagos, a series of disturbing events strip the young Jeffia Okwe of his innocence and reveal the ruthlessness of his own father. The tragic climax of the tale leaves Jeffia cleansed of "the sins of his father", ready for adult life and optimistic about the future.
Near fine in wrappers as issued. First Edition of the author's scarce first book, a paperback original written when the author was 19. Okri, a Nigerian, won the Booker Prize in 1991 and is one of the major Postcolonial voices from Africa.
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