May the Lord in His Mercy be Kind to Belfast
HarperCollins, 1994 - 358 pagine
Tony Parker spent five months in the heart of Belfast talking to the people who make up this riven and self-destructive society. He interviewd priests and politicians, schoolchildren and students, bus drivers, doctors, nurses, lawyers, shop assistants, community workers, single mothers, soldiers and policemen. He earned the trust of prisoners, their wives, mothers and children, and terrorists (both Loyalists and Republicans) implacably committed to violence as their means of expression. This book is the result of these interviews.
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From oral historian Parker (Bird, Kansas, 1989, etc.), riveting interviews that speak to the heart of the ``Troubles'' in Belfast, where even to be neither Protestant nor Catholic is not sufficient ... Leggi recensione completa
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