A Fire In My Head

A Fire In My Head by Ben Okri


Authors
Ben Okri
ISBN
9781800243002
Published
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
160
Dimensions
110 x 180mm

A collection of new and recently completed poems by Ben Okri covering topics of the day, such as the refugee crisis, racism, Obama, the Grenfell Tower fire, and the Corona outbreak. A powerful collection of new and recently completed poems by Ben Okri covering topics of the day, such as the refugee crisis, racism, Obama, the Grenfell Tower fire, and the Corona outbreak. Ben Okri is known for his electrifying imagery and for his passionate response to the issues of our day. He is a poet who engages with reality, and also with what lies beyond reality – the imaginary, the visionary, the inexplicable. His anger in these poems is as palpable as the anger of his readers when they confront the injustices in the world around us. 'Ben Okri is that rare thing, a literary and social visionary, a writer for whom all three – literature, culture and vision – are profoundly interwoven' Ali Smith .
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A collection of new and recently completed poems by Ben Okri covering topics of the day, such as the refugee crisis, racism, Obama, the Grenfell Tower fire, and the Corona outbreak. A powerful collection of new and recently completed poems by Ben Okri covering topics of the day, such as the refugee crisis, racism, Obama, the Grenfell Tower fire, and the Corona outbreak. Ben Okri is known for his electrifying imagery and for his passionate response to the issues of our day. He is a poet who engages with reality, and also with what lies beyond reality – the imaginary, the visionary, the inexplicable. His anger in these poems is as palpable as the anger of his readers when they confront the injustices in the world around us. 'Ben Okri is that rare thing, a literary and social visionary, a writer for whom all three – literature, culture and vision – are profoundly interwoven' Ali Smith .
ISBN:
9781800243002
Publication Date:
03 / 03 / 2021
Pages:
160
Dimensions:
110 x 180mm

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