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  1. says:

    This is a book that deeply impressed and moved me and I recommend it to anyone interested in the Troubles While you may need some background information to understand the context this is a diary after all it is especially helpful if you want to learn to understand how the 1981 hunger strike came to be to understand the m

  2. says:

    This book was moving emotional tragic inspirational and has stayed with me days after reading it No one absolutely NO ONE should be treated t

  3. says:

    When I was in Ireland our tour guide Tony drove us through Belfast and told us the story of Bobby We saw the mural on the side of a brick building We learned of his hunger strike and imprisonment and ultimate death I wrote down the name of the

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    It is difficult to criticize the writings of a fellow that starved himself to death in prison for his beliefs Then again he is dead so it is not like he will be offended Mostly I want their to be purpose in his death Not that I can give his life purpose but maybe if I give his life attention and bring notice to others h

  5. says:

    Can't really criticize a work that was written on toilet paper and covertly smuggled out The brilliant parts are brilliant; all the so considering the conditions under and manner in which they were written

  6. says:

    Great book Harrowing at times but shows the climate of suspicion and hostility surrounding the Irish communities at that moment in history

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    Stop Stop right now Go to or the book buying website of your choice and purchase this book now Don’t worry this post will still be here when you get back Just go you won’t regret it I promise All right you ordered the book? Excellent Continue on then I loved this book No wait I LOVED this book And I can’t recommend it enough which expl

  8. says:

    The thoughts of Mr Sands as he wrote them in Writings from Prison resonated with me and touched me deeply Mr Sands's encounter with the British security state represented a brazenly violent and violative dismissal of his humanity personally and of the basic principles of justice and decency generally Most people are unaware that even today in 2019 the British government operates concentration camps in Norther

  9. says:

    Please see my review of One Day in My Life also by Bobby SandsThe only bits I would add to that review for this book would be to say

  10. says:

    During the first hunger strikes Bobby succeeded fellow Belfast republican Brenden Hughes as OC of the H Block prisoners and was centrally involved after the ending of that hunger strike in the aborted efforts by the blanket men to bring their protest to a principled end on the basis of five conditions These were the right

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ن سبع وعشرين عامابهدوء وتصميم، كتب ساندز الأحداث العادية في السجن قبل أن يكتب الأهوال الكبرى كتب كمن يحاول أن يسجل المرحلة والموقف معا دون أي تعال حرفي ربما لم يستطع أن يناله أصلا هنا ترجمة خائفة لنصوص ساندز العذبة، يرتكبها سوري مغترب قسرا في بريطانيا، سخرية قدر؟ أم مشيئة جهنمية؟ يا إلهي مرة أخرى أخيرة، كل هذا القهر كثير، بل وكثير جد. Please see my review of One Day in My Life also by Bobby SandsThe only bits I would add to that review for this book would be to say that this includes the Diary he kept for the first 17 days of his Hunger Strike We see his resolve and the amazing strength of character passion and belief to carry through with such an agonizing death We also see the Bobby who just wanted to live Through his poems we glimpse the joy of wandring the woods in his youth watching the birds and other animals Taking in the air the view the peace We see how repression and intimidation back people into a corner The scope of his emotions from sympathy for soldiers stationed in Ulster to the utter disgust and resentment of the wealthy the businees world and the governmentA very complex yet jovial man who wrote and sang songs to entertain his comrades Who memorized and recited stories to tell them at night One with exceptional leadership ualities but in an unassuming and friendly manner I read his poem Dear Mum at my own mother s funeral last year

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Bobby Sands Writings from Prison

كيف استطاعت روح حلت في ذلك الرهط النافق من القماش أن تكون بمثل ذلك اللمعان الصلب تماما، وغير الممسوس؟ بوبي ساندز، لمن لا يجيد الأمل وله أن يتوقف عن القراءة هنا هذه اللحظة، صنع أسطورة على أوراق لفافات السجائر ومناديل الحمام وهربها خارج السجن ليهتدي بها المتعثرون في الإرادة أينما وجدوا وأينما وجد الأباطرة المتغطرسون حملت اللفافات وا?. This is a book that deeply impressed and moved me and I recommend it to anyone interested in the Troubles While you may need some background information to understand the context this is a diary after all it is especially helpful if you want to learn to understand how the 1981 hunger strike came to be to understand the motives of the strikers as well as the situation Northern Ireland finds itself in Throughout the book I was constantly surprised by how well Sands managed to convey his situation and his feelings in a truly artistic way despite the condition he was in during most of this diary it was written during his strike He died after 63 days His poetry truly makes you see how he tries to honour traditional Irish poetry and music The book also makes you understand in which kind of tradition the Republican prisoners of war saw themselves the 1916 Easter Rising participants and a long history of Republican Irish people that were the victims of ruthless oppression by the British Though Sands opinions might seem radical at first the treatment he and his comrades received by the screws is truly abhorrent disgusting and shocking and in the end one must admire how Sands managed to maintain his morale and his humanity as an oppressed revolutionary one must admire how clearly he reflects his and the situation of the Irish people as a whole he always puts his and his comrades suffering in the bigger context how he maintained his political positions as well as his artistic poetic nature and how emotionally truthful and touching the tales of the torture he endures are clear direct and brutal but always honest and with the goal to touch the reader and to make him understand his situation keeping in mind that the diary was written on pieces of toilet paper and cigarette filters under scarce conditions with a pencil that he kept hidden inside his own body you can only wonder how he managed to go to such lenghts to express his emotions It must have been vital Though the pathos is pretty strong in this it s always honesty and bravery conveyed He also does not leave out the most bitter doubtful and depressing moments of his life in prison in oppressed Northern Ireland At times the book is really hard to read the conditions the prisoners were held in the mental and physical torture they endured is unbelievable and leaves you shaking Though in the descriptions of these situations Sands does not hide his despair it s incredible how he could find beauty and hope in his struggle and in history in those who came before him who inspired a lot of beautiful poetry that he managed to write under these conditions before his tragic death Though formally and metrically his poems sometimes lack a certain perfection this is also endearing and speaks of how vital writing was to him and how he tried to honour Irish poetic Republican traditions I really recommend this book to everyone interested in Ireland s history but also in colonialism and oppression in general

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?مناديل النثر والشعر الذين صمدا بعد رجعة الجسد إلى حيث الطيور والمطر وأشلاء السماءولد في سجن، عاش في سجن ومات في سجن أيضا بعد ست وستين يوما من الإضراب عن الطعام، يكون بوبي ساندز أول من يموت من أصل عشرة مساجين سياسيين ماتوا بعده بعدة ساعات وذلك في صبيحة مريرة من الخامس من أيارمايو لعام ١٩٨١ في العنبر المشؤوم هتش في سجن لونغ كش المركزي ع. Great book Harrowing at times but shows the climate of suspicion and hostility surrounding the Irish communities at that moment in history