[Epub] ❧ The Light in the Window Author June Goulding – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk

The Light in the Window A Moving Account Of The Cruel Reality Of Life Inside A Home For Unmarried Mothers In S Catholic Ireland Written By A Young Woman Who Took Up A Position Of Midwife In The Home Run By The Sacred Heart Nuns


About the Author: June Goulding

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10 thoughts on “The Light in the Window

  1. says:

    My father was born there, its a truly amazing book


  2. says:

    A thoroughly depressing yet engaging read.June is a young midwife in Ireland when she accepts the post of midwife in a home for unwed mothers It was an honest read and


  3. says:

    It is so vitally important that the girls stories are given a voice and I think it is a very important book I cannot rate the book since the writing style is not quite good, bu


  4. says:

    Set in Ireland in the 1950 s in a home for pregnant, unwed women, a whistle blowing nurse reveals the treatment of innocent women who sought refuge Trapped in a desperate situation, an


  5. says:

    When Goulding took a midwife position at a home for unwed mothers in 1951 Ireland, the situation seemed promising the chance to help women in need, the chance to use her newly certified skills


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A friend in uni has just finished reading this book and asked if I would like to borrow it, given that we are student mi


  7. says:

    I didn t know what to expect with this book since I didn t see a lot of five star reviews, but for me this is definantly a five star book This is one of the most moving memoirs I have ever read This book will


  8. says:

    I read this in one day very hard to put down It s hard to believe that women were treated this way the suffering, both theirs and their children who had no details of their birth mothers with which to trace them in t


  9. says:

    a nonfiction book about this woman s time working at a home for unmarried pregnant mothers in Ireland in 1951 She can t write well at all, but it s an interesting story nonetheless.


  10. says:

    I haven t re read this book for some time and found it as moving and emotionally frustrating as when I first read it.I know the world was a very different place when the events that took place in the book occurred, but I could still


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