You must set forth at dawn Is a memoir written by Wole Soyinka.
More than a foremost figure in the world of literature, Wole Soyinka is a daring voice for human rights, democracy, and freedom.
He is a Nigerian playwright and political activist who has received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1986 along with many other awards.
You Must Set Forth at Dawn is an intimate account of his exhilarating life, a reflection on justice and tyranny, and an enthralling testament to a shrunken yet hopeful land.
This book is filled with so much knowledge and wisdom. His play with words and grammatical expression makes this book more captivating.
Those who love learning about the struggle for and of Nigeria should definitely get a copy of this book.