Life After Life: Interviews With Twelve Murderers

  • Title: Life After Life: Interviews With Twelve Murderers
  • Author: Tony Parker
  • ISBN: 9780436363191
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Life After Life Interviews With Twelve Murderers Valerie wants a job Frank wants to run the marathon Edgar needs a woman in the spare room Paul Philip and Alan just want to hold on This dramatic piece of reportage draws on interviews with murdere
    Valerie wants a job, Frank wants to run the marathon, Edgar needs a woman in the spare room Paul, Philip and Alan just want to hold on This dramatic piece of reportage draws on interviews with murderers to create stark, uncompromising portraits of people attempting to rebuild their lives.

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      Published :2019-05-11T13:55:47+00:00

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    1. Wow. I meanallywow.I'm not quite sure how I came across this book, but feel fortunate that I did.In order to express what I found so compelling about this book, I should start by saying that I read because I want to understand, experience, and empathize with the broad range of experiences that constitute what it means to be alive. Whether fiction or non-fiction, a book is good in my book as long as it gives me some new insight into that thing we call our shared humanity.That said, this collectio [...]

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    2. Absolutely fascinating. Also terribly depressing - how can people do such awful things? Some of them seem to realise the awfulness of what they've done, some of them don't seem to realise that they're awful people who should stop putting themselves in situations that can only end badly (for others, but certainly for them from their perspective). So very interesting to see what they say about themselves and why they did what they did (though quite a few of them don't really know, which I think mu [...]

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    3. murderers are people too. a bad joke, but actually this is the main thing i experienced from this book. in a non-humorous way.

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    4. A play about people serving life sentences for murder in England, assembled from interviews with actual prisoners; in form it reminded me somewhat of The Laramie Project. Like Laramie, this play is effective and disturbing because it forces you to view people you might otherwise find repugnant as people: you sympathize and feel repulsed by them in turn, often within moments of each other.

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    5. Heartbreaking, fascinating, disturbing. 12 life-sentence murderers telling the story of how they got there, and Tony Parker transcribes their tales seamlessly and eloquently.

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    6. so good. humans are fragile and everything can go tits up in a second.

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