Trying to relate the kindly men and women of his childhood with the deeds made public years after they died, Fergal Keanes devastating history of a local murder asks, what is a terrorist? And how do people live with the act of killing? Facing these people and their stories at last, Wounds searches for a deeper sense of the personal history that made this colonial war.
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