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Bobby Sands - New Edition

Nothing But an Unfinished Song

By (author) Denis O'Hearn
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Pluto Press, London, United Kingdom
Published: 10th Mar 2016
Dimensions: w 129mm h 197mm d 34mm
Weight: 530g
ISBN-10: 0745336337
ISBN-13: 9780745336336
Barcode No: 9780745336336
Synopsis
This is the best-selling biography of the IRA resistance fighter and hunger-striker, Bobby Sands. In this updated, new edition, Denis O'Hearn draws from a wealth of interviews with friends, comrades, fellow prisoners and prison wardens, to provide a faithful and shocking insight into life in Northern Ireland's H-Block prisons, an exploration of the motivations and thoughts of the Republican strikers and the story of one of the world's most radical, inspirational figures. Following his journey from its very beginnings - an ordinary boy from a working-class background in Belfast to a highly politicised, articulate revolutionary whose death in HM Prison Maze sent reverberations around the world, Bobby Sands: Nothing But An Unfinished Song captures the atmosphere of the time and the vibrancy of the man: a militant anti-imperialist who held on to his humanity despite living through a bitter, ugly struggle.

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'This book has been, in my view, a primary tool for our collective, peaceful efforts, and helped us to achieve victories in our struggle - Bobby's spirit lives on' -- Todd Ashker, representative of the Short Corridor Collective Human Rights Movement, Pelican Bay State Prison, California 'Bobby Sands, as this magnificent biography reminds us, was a hero for the whole world. We cried when he died, but he laughed in the face of tyranny and taught us the deepest meaning of comradeship' -- Mike Davis, political activist and historian 'A gripping, heart-stopping, exhilarating sometimes sad book - a story of life, love and noble death' -- Malachy McCourt, actor, writer and politician 'The life of Bobby Sands shows development, growth, maturation, and a profoundly humanistic internationalist flavour, in the midst of a bitter, ugly struggle that can purge the humanity out of anyone' -- Mumia Abu-Jamal, American activist and journalist 'An excellent book. It tells not just the story of Bobby, the prison protest and hunger strikes, but accurately captures the atmosphere of the prison. Friends of Bobby tell of the person they knew. He is alive and vibrant on every page' -- Dr Laurence McKeown, former IRA Hunger-Striker