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|Description:||xi, 252 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The study of political memoir and the legacy of the conflict in Northern Ireland --
Provisional republican memoir-writing --
Departing the republican movement : memoir-writing and the politics of dissent --
Loyalist paramilitarism and the politics of memoir-writing --
Memoir-writing and moderation? Ulster unionists face the Troubles --
Northern nationalists and memoir-writing : the Social Democratic and Labour Party and the Troubles --
A case-study of memoir-writing and the elusive search for a political settlement : the 1974 power-sharing executive and Sunningdale --
British ministers and the politics of Northern Ireland : reading the political memoirs of Secretaries of State --
Journalists, the Northern Ireland 'Troubles' and the politics of memoir-writing --
Victims and memoir-writing : leaving the Troubles behind? --
Chroniclers of the conflict.
Written in a clear, uncluttered style, this is an important work that provides the first comprehensive analysis of the importance of memoir in understanding the conflict in Northern Ireland. I often