Engels | 23-01-2023 | 136 pagina's
A sobering examination of the epidemic of mass shootings in America today. Paul Auster establishes how America's love aff air with guns goes all the way back to the arrival of the first British settlers who used their weapons to eradicate the Native Americans who occupied the country. A history of carnage continues to this day. The book is a plea for both sides to fi nd a way of avoiding more death and grief. Accompanying Auster's text is a series of photographs, by Spencer Ostrander, of the locations of these mass killings.
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