The first page of ‘Beowulf’ in Cotton Vitellius.
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In 1994, US President Bill Clinton and Russian President Boris Yeltsin signed the Kremlin Accords, promising to pull preprogrammed nuclear missiles from aiming at each other’s countries. Bosnia and Herzegovina sizzled as ceasefires were made and smashed. “Schindler’s List” won seven Oscars. In Africa there was good news and bad: The Rwandan genocide began just before Nelson Mandela was sworn in as South Africa’s first democratic president. And in 1994 Brad Fraser’s “Poor Super Man – A Play with Captions” opened at the Hampstead Theatre in London.
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