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Writings from Prison With dry humour, this book charts, in prose and poetry, one man's attempt to preserve his identity while in prison and on hunger strike. Full description

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The Stunning Strength and Determination of Bobby Sands, M.P. & P.O.W. 22 juin 2012
Par Reuniter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The actual book is nothing spectacular. A nice paperback.
Its what's inside that is not just special, but rare, raw and beautiful.

You get a wee small glimpse into the all too short life of a young man who loved his
country and believed that her people, indeed all people, should be free.
Free of oppression, bigotry, marginalization, fear, unjust court and governmental processes and whims. Free to walk the land, hold your family and friends and to not be branded a terrorist and a criminal when you are, indeed, a Prisoner of War.
Not a declared war but an occupation of fear and intimidation, death and destruction.
But the participants in many a conflict not declared a war have been treated as and called Prisoners of War - Vietnam is an example.

Bobby went to unimaginable lengths to write these words - to express himself to the world and give us a better understanding. Written in margins of Bible pages, on toilet paper or whatever could be smuggled in and with a "pen" that was a refill which had to be smuggled and hidden as well. The very least people can do is to give his stunning work an open-minded reading and try to imagine yourself in utterly inhumanely deplorable conditions.

Such a talent he possessed. We have all lost a significant teacher and his gifts left not on paper, but still in his heart; and, if we are lucky, in ours as well.
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RIP Bobby Sands 26 mai 2013
Par mickey1960 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The true story behind Britians history of torture, imprisonment and murder of Irish citizens. Up The RA for years to come
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Decent book, a wee bit repetitive 19 juin 2003
Par nikkerbocker@hotmail.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I think Bobby Sands was a very interesting person and decent writer, especially considering that he had no formal education to speak of. He shows a veriety of writing styles, prose and poetry. However, I think he becomes incredibly repditive! I understand that this is all he has to write about, but I think he obsesses over certain issues and becomes rather self-indulges on hiss own suffering. He seems to leave out many things, such as what the "screws" would taunt them with, perhaps this was because they would say how the IRA killed innocent people! He also leaves out the fact that he abondoned his own child and wife, though she divirced him because of his decision to hold the IRA above his own family. I admire his endurance and unwavering belief in hos cause, something which too many people lack today. Conviction!
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