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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 must have been a challenge for June to write She describes her role and her inability to challenge the ways of the home, without trying to paint herself as a hero it is quite clear that she was complace


  3. 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, and having no other means to support themselves and their baby, they fall prey to the nuns who are sadistic heartless in their piety Instead of giving birth in a discreet location with care and


  4. 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, and no night duty It quickly became apparent that the reality was something else no night duty meant no formal night duty but on call 24 hours a day , and, much harder to bear, the women


  5. says:

    Review to follow


  6. says:

    A friend in uni has just finished reading this book and asked if I would like to borrow it, given that we are student midwives I thought it would be a good human interest story to read It was done in an afternoon, and by the evening I was in disbelief.While parts of it were compelling, one thing over shadowed the clumsily written memoir her wait of half a century to write the damned thin


  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 definitely make you feel all kinds of emotions.Imagine being young, pregnant, and unmarried in a time and place where religion rules and human emotion is not acknowledged The poor girls


  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 the future is hard to comprehend So sad.


  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 slap the face of the Nun who condemns the girls and women who come to the convent to be hidden away while they are pregnant and to give birth.The girls and women who all survive


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