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Handwritten letter to Sister Majella from Ken Saro-Wiwa referring to a number of subjects, including: letters received; contact with Shell, stating 'The contact with Shell has dried up, thanks to the very useful and necessary demonstration at the Shell AGM of 18th May. I hope it resumes, since we need to dialogue. I know they will do everything to resist us and that they may still want me out of the way'; the prospect of death, noting 'I am not careless of my safety, but I do recognize and have always recognized that my cause could lead to death one cannot allow the fear of death to dent one's beliefs and actions'; weekly meetings of Ogoni women from forty villages supervised by Saro-Wiwa's mother; update on the trial, stating 'Our lawyers should be pulling out any day now, since the whole thing is a charade and the Tribunal chairman has left no one in doubt that he has written the judgement in advance'; and written work.