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I You We Them: Volume 1 - by Dan Gretton (Hardcover)

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Number of Pages: 1104

Genre: Political Science

Sub-Genre: Genocide & War Crimes

Format: Hardcover

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Author: Dan Gretton

Language: English

TCIN: 76607076
UPC: 9780374174378
Item Number (DPCI): 248-77-3084


Remarkably powerful . . . [a] compelling and modern investigation of the collective amnesia which so often operates in the telling of national histories, including our own. --Mark Cocker, The Spectator (UK)

A complex and exceptional book. Gretton's determination to bear witness so long after the events themselves does not diminish the power of his story. On the contrary his decision to make it personal intensifies the impact... The book highlights how society in general is susceptible to a form of collective amnesia, a wish not to confront the troubling details in its past. John Berger observed that the role of capitalism is to destroy history... to orientate all effort and imagination to that which is about to occur. Dan Gretton's profound moral effort in this book is a massive bulwark against that possibility and a guarantee that the truth will be heard. --The New Statesman (UK)

Gretton raises profoundly unsettling questions about the capacity for doing evil that exists within all of us, and the ways in which the distancing effect of technology allows perpetrators to avoid thinking about the consequences of their actions. --Hugh Linehan, The Irish Times

The writing has the power at times to mesmerise . . . Gretton is a brave man to have stared so long and intently at the subject. --Ian Thomson, Evening Standard (UK)

I You We Them is a uniquely gripping journey around the landscapes of mass murder. --Philippe Sands, author of East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity

"Great books never occur out of a desire for greatness, but often out of a possessed persistence in the face of a chosen and immensely difficult task. I You We Them is such a book. In it, though, a century speaks to us--not with the thunderous voice of history, but in the intimate voice of a sequence of confessions." --John Berger, author of Ways of Seeing

A book of extraordinary importance and urgency - we need this book now. For its determined, passionate, and vulnerable seeking; for its insistence on what matters. Climate catastrophe tells us the reach of the desk killer has never been greater. We must take the hope and political will in this book as our own: forged in darkness and therefore inextinguishable. --Anne Michaels, author of Fugitive Pieces

Not since Gitta Sereny's vast script of Into That Darkness arrived on my desk have I read anything so disturbing as the draft of Dan Gretton's book... much more alive than anything I've read for ages... I'm certainly grateful for having been given the chance to read this amazing work." --Diana Athill, author of Somewhere Towards the End

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