Invictus: Visiting Nelson Mandela's Cell
literature
poetry
invictus

Francois visits the cell that Nelson Mandela was in when he was incarcerated. When he enters the cell, the words of William Ernest Henley's poem, Invictus, echo through his mind while he visualizes the misfortune of others at the time.

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  • Jo-Ann Berry
    about 2 years ago
    meaning in context
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