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Ardoyne: Stories of Struggle and Hope

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ISBN: 9781786051004
AuthorMcKee, Brian
Pub Date19/10/2020
BindingPaperback
Pages300
CountryGBR
Dewey941.5
Publisher: Orpen Press
Quick overview Explores the stories of 14 people who share one experience in common – the violence of 14, 15 and 16 August 1969. Illustrated by contemporary photographs, Ardoyne: Stories of Struggle and Hope is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand how seismic events can shape our lives in radically different ways.
€17.99

he book highlights their memories, but also asks how they interpreted the violent events they witnessed, and what impact did these events have upon their subsequent lives. It illustrates how people from the one community who experienced a common event have different memories, interpretations and reactions to what they saw.

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he book highlights their memories, but also asks how they interpreted the violent events they witnessed, and what impact did these events have upon their subsequent lives. It illustrates how people from the one community who experienced a common event have different memories, interpretations and reactions to what they saw.

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