2 edition of Awful disclosures of Maria Monk found in the catalog.
Awful disclosures of Maria Monk
Maria Monk"s personal narrative as related to Theodore Dwight; also ascribed to John J. Slocum and to William K. Hoyte.
|Contributions||Dwight, Theodore, 1796-1866., Slocum, John Jay, 1803-1863., Hoyte, William K.|
|LC Classifications||BX4216.M6 A2 1836b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
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The best that can be said is that a woman named Maria Monk existed and lived for a period in Montreal. This is documented. Also documented is the fact that she was never a nun, and that her book was the work of.
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She, or ghost writers who used her as their front, wrote a sensational book about these allegations. This tale was published serially in the American Protestant Vindicator in and in book form early in as Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, as Exhibited in a Narrative of Her Sufferings During a Residence of Five Years as a Novice, and Two Years as a Black Nun, in.
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Page - Hypolite was the most diabolical. She engaged in the horrid task with all alacrity, and assumed from choice the most revolting parts to be performed.
She seized a gag, forced it into the mouth of the poor nun, and when it was fixed between her extended jaws, so as to keep them open at their greatest possible distance, took hold of the straps fastened at each end of the stick.
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Maria Monk BirthdayThursday, June 27, The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, about a nun who escapes life as a sex slave at the hands of priests, was a bestseller in the s. Maria Monk Before she escaped from the convent, Sister Maria was tortured and made a sex slave of evil priests. Her subsequent book, The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk.
Maria Monk () was a Canadian woman who claimed to have been a nun who had been sexually exploited in her convent. This book exists in numerous editions; I am reviewing the page Random House paperback edition (which includes "The Cardiere Case")/5(4).
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2 reviews. Anonymous: More than 1 year ago: The description for this book is reprehensible. It shows hatred and contempt for the sufferings of the author and leads the 3/5(2). Maria Monk has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. Maria Monk’s most popular book is Awful Disclosures by Maria Monk of the Hotel Dieu Nunnery of Mon.
INa controversial book exploded upon the scene like an artillery shell, written by a woman who had supposedly fled the revered Hotel Dieu nunnery in Montreal, charlesrosier.com bore the title, Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, or, The Hidden Secrets of a Nun’s Life in a Convent Exposed!
The book immediately touched off an acrimonious firestorm of wild polemics with its sensational allegations.Apr 16, · The Nun’s Story. A bestselling book offered unbelievable tales of sexual depravity in a convent. By Sarah Laskow. Thursday, April 16, A cover of a facsimile edition of The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk and an illustrated plate from a different edition.
The bestselling book was in print for over seventy years.discredit the truth of the 'Awful Disclosures' of Maria Monk, a book of which we are the publishers. We address the following remarks to you, with a request that you will publish them in the Catholic Diary, that your readers may have the means of judging for themselves.
If the case be so plain a one as you seem to suppose, they will doubtless 5/6.