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Though events at Chernobyl are finally well-understood, the human toll remains victim to a combination of amnesia, apathy and bureaucracy (both intentional and incompetent). ‘Chernobyl Prayer’ by Nobel Prize winner, Svetlana Alexievich, goes some way to addressing the balance with its powerful monologues, but is no substitute for the immediacy offered by the site of the twentieth century’s worst civilian nuclear catastrophe.

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