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Dear Future

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A triumphant work of imagination by the acclaimed, award-winning author of The Longest Memory. Dear Future tells the story of the youngest child in a Caribbean family who, after being accidentally hit on the head with an axe by his uncle, sees the world from a strange, twisted, visionary perspective.
Hardcover, 206 pages
Published October 20th 1998 by Pantheon (first published May 27th 1996)
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Poet, novelist and playwright Fred D'Aguiar was born in London in 1960 to Guyanese parents. He lived in Guyana until he was 12, returning to England in 1972.

He trained as a psychiatric nurse before reading African and Caribbean Studies at the University of Kent, Canterbury, graduating in 1985. His first collection of poetry, Mama Dot (1985), was published to much acclaim and established his reputa
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