GiB - A Modest Exposure

GiB - A Modest Exposure is an epic poem attacking the system that cloaked the murder of IRA members Daniel McCann, Sean Savage, and Mairead Farrell by British security forces in Gibraltar on 6 March 1988. The poem, written in response to the Gibraltar killings, is a fine example of how poetry can make incisive political points that awaken understanding. This 25 year commemorative edition includes an introduction by Gerry Adams, a preface by Séamus Deane and an afterward by Niall Farrell.

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