PARADOXES OF PEACE – Buy it here
Paradoxes of Peace continues the meditation of Mosley’s Time at War, at the end of which he wrote that humans find themselves at home in war because they feel they know what they have to do, whereas in peace they have to discover this. During World War Two, Mosley found himself having to combine fondness for his father with the need to speak out against his post-war politics. Now, in times of peace, his love for his wife and children is riddled with paradoxes. How does caring not become a trap?
PUBLISHER: Dalkey Archives
PUBLICATION DATE: 1st April 2004View all Books