Tell Them Everything: A Sojourn in the Prison of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Ard Macha (Armagh)

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Pluto Press, Jan 1, 1981 - Social Science - 127 pages
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Review: Tell Them Everything: A Sojourn in the Prison of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Ard Macha (Armagh)

User Review  - Alessandra Simmons - Goodreads

Very important memoir account of the no-wash protest in Armagh women's prison in the North of Ireland during the 1970s. Devastating, thoughtful, evokative. Read it. Read full review

Review: Tell Them Everything: A Sojourn in the Prison of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Ard Macha (Armagh)

User Review  - John - Goodreads

D'Arcy is a feminist and play-write. This is her account of three months spent in Northern Ireland jail along with a group of female IRA prisoners. D'Arcy comes across as quick to judge and a bit of a ... Read full review

Contents

Authors note
9
Preface
11
The Way In 1 Painful Lessons For a Beginner
15
Custody
16
International Womens Day 1979
18
Two Steps Forward One Back
21
Here Was Where I Wanted To
32
Inside 6 Correct Procedures
43
Health
79
Control of Bodies
83
Church
86
Choice of Words
88
Hunger Strike
95
Business In The Yard
98
Culture and Controversy
103
The Last Ditch of the War? 112
12

First Impressions of A Wing
48
A Wing Routine
53
A Wing SelfSufficiency
59
Jailors and the Jailed
61
Wise Virgins
66
Getting To Know Them
70
Outside 21 Journeys End Journeys Beginning
119
The Women on Protest in Armagh Jail
123
A Short Booklist
124
A Biographical Note
125
Copyright

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