The Creed Of The Oracles Visits William Morris Gallery, London


Ebi Robert's debut novel, The Creed Of The Oracles, was taken to the world known British Museum, William Morris Gallery, in London, by British Writer, Mike Chivers. 

Mike Chivers who gave the book it's first global rating of 5 stars, also left an elaborate and terrific review of the novel which can be read on Amazon.


Sharing the photo shot by Eleanor Sopwith, Mike Chivers said: "William Morris was arguably the first modern fantasy writer and he designed the tapestry with Edward Burne Jones. It now belongs to Jimmy Page and is part of a temporary exhibition about King Arthur and the Pre-Raphaelites."

The Creed Of The Oracles is a fantasy novel written by Bayelsan author, Ebi Robert. Since its publication in September it has been lauded in different parts of the world, for its originality and beauty in language.

Note about William Morris:

William Morris and was born on the 24 March, 1834. He was a British textile designer, poet, artist, novelist, architectural conservationist, printer, translator and socialist activist associated with the British Arts and Crafts Movement. 

He is argued as a major contributor to the revival of traditional British textile arts and methods of production. His works contributed heavily to the modern fantasy genre, and is arguably the first modern fantasy writer. Reports have it that he helped win acceptance of socialism in fin de si├Ęcle Great Britain.

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