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Fuse ODG - Dangerous Love ft. Sean Paul.mp3 256kbps 2014 (Size: 7.18 MB)
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Fuse ODG - Dangerous Love ft. Sean Paul.mp3 256kbps 2014
Ben Okri's The Landscapes Within and Dangerous Love: Vision and Revision Daria Tunca Universite de Liege Abstract In 1981, Nigerian author Ben Okri published The Landscapes Within, a novel about a young painter's life and creative aspirations. Mar 21, 2016 - iOS 9.2 software update available to download and install now. Choose whether photos and videos taken within Notes are stored only. Read stories and watch videos in landscape orientation on iPhone. Danger of losing data if there is a problem and the download will be. I love the night shift setting.
|8 April 1996|
Dangerous Love is a 1996 novel by Ben Okri set in Lagos of the 1970s. The novel is a reworking of an earlier book, The Landscapes Within. The book is more conventional and realist than Okri's previous works. The subject concerns love, corruption and memories of the Biafran War in Nigeria.
- ^Robert Ross, Colonial and Postcolonial Fiction in English: An Anthology, 2013, p. 232 1136513361: 'His latest novel, Dangerous Love (1996), is a reworking of the earlier book The Landscapes Within; again devoted to portraying the upheaval of Nigerian life, the narrative also focuses on the role of the artist.'
- ^Philip Darby, Fiction of Imperialism, 1998 0826420591, p. 161: 'In his latest novel, Dangerous Love, Ben Okri introduces the reader to some of the ugliness of life for the poor in Lagos of the 1970s. Although the protagonist, Omovo, struggles against....'
- ^Jay Parini, World Writers in English: R. K. Narayan to Patrick White, 2004 0684312913, p. 461: 'Critical perception that Okri had moved too far away from the realism that had sustained his lyrical and epic flights of imagination in his earlier works was put to rest with the publication in 1996 of the novel Dangerous Love.'
- ^David Christopher, British Culture: An Introduction, 2002, p. 52: 'His later novel, Dangerous Love (1996), is a more conventional, realist story of corruption in Nigeria.'
- ^Toyin Falola, Hetty ter Haar, Narrating War and Peace in Africa, 2010, p. 181, 1580463304: 'The novel Dangerous Love (1996) reconstitutes the Nigerian civil war through the memories of some of the major characters, who experience its traumatic effects.6 Because of the general violence of war and its aftereffects, Okri's writings...'