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9780007263776 - John Fenton: Please Don't Make Me Go: How One Boy's Courage Overcame a Brutal Childhood - Livre

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Please Don't Make Me Go: How One Boy's Courage Overcame a Brutal Childhood (2008) (?)

Livraison à partir de : États-Unis d’AmériqueLivre est en langue anglaisIl s’agit d’un livre de pocheNouveau livre
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9780007263776 (?) ou 0007263775

, en anglais, 320 pages, Harper Collins, Livre de poche, Nouveau
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The harrowing true story of one boy's experiences in a brutal 'approved' school for young offenders in '50s London, run by Catholic monks where violence and abuse were rife. Beaten from an early age by his abusive, father, John struggled to fit in at school where his poverty marked him out. When, aged 13, his father brought a charge against him in order to remove him from the family home, John found himself in Juvenile Court -- from here he was sent to the notorious St. Vincent's school, run by a group of Catholic Irish Brothers. Beatings and abuse were a part of daily life -- both from John's fellow pupils, but also from the brothers, all of which was overseen by the sadistic headmaster, Brother De Montfort. Tormented physically and ***ually by one boy in particular, and by the Brothers in general, John quickly learnt to survive but at the cost of the loss of his childhood.Please Don't Make Me Go, tells in heart-rending detail the day-to-day lives of John and the other boys -- the beatings, the weapons fashioned from toilet chains and stones, the loneliness -- but we also see the development of John's love of reading, his growing friendship with Father Delaney and his best friend, Bernard, and his unstinting love for his mother whom he feared was suffering at the hands of his violent father. A painfully honest account, Please Don't Make Me Go is testament to the resilience of the human spirit as it documents how John learnt to survive and come through his ordeal. Paperback, Label: Harper Collins, Harper Collins, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2008, Studio: Harper Collins, Verkaufsrang: 8164798
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Mots-clés: Books, Politics & Social Sciences, Children's Studies
Données de 16-01-2016 08:56h
ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-00-726377-5, 978-0-00-726377-6
Entrée de l’archive:
9780007263776 - John Fenton: Please Don't Make Me Go: How One Boy's Courage Overcame a Brutal Childhood - Livre

(?):

Please Don't Make Me Go: How One Boy's Courage Overcame a Brutal Childhood (2008) (?)

Livraison à partir de : États-Unis d’AmériqueLivre est en langue anglaisIl s’agit d’un livre de pocheLivres d’occasion, pas un nouveau livre.
ISBN:

9780007263776 (?) ou 0007263775

, en anglais, 320 pages, Harper Collins, Livre de poche, Utilisé
Usually ships in 1-2 business days
The harrowing true story of one boy's experiences in a brutal 'approved' school for young offenders in '50s London, run by Catholic monks where violence and abuse were rife. Beaten from an early age by his abusive, father, John struggled to fit in at school where his poverty marked him out. When, aged 13, his father brought a charge against him in order to remove him from the family home, John found himself in Juvenile Court -- from here he was sent to the notorious St. Vincent's school, run by a group of Catholic Irish Brothers. Beatings and abuse were a part of daily life -- both from John's fellow pupils, but also from the brothers, all of which was overseen by the sadistic headmaster, Brother De Montfort. Tormented physically and ***ually by one boy in particular, and by the Brothers in general, John quickly learnt to survive but at the cost of the loss of his childhood.Please Don't Make Me Go, tells in heart-rending detail the day-to-day lives of John and the other boys -- the beatings, the weapons fashioned from toilet chains and stones, the loneliness -- but we also see the development of John's love of reading, his growing friendship with Father Delaney and his best friend, Bernard, and his unstinting love for his mother whom he feared was suffering at the hands of his violent father. A painfully honest account, Please Don't Make Me Go is testament to the resilience of the human spirit as it documents how John learnt to survive and come through his ordeal. Paperback, Label: Harper Collins, Harper Collins, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2008, Studio: Harper Collins, Verkaufsrang: 8164798
Plus…
Mots-clés: Books, Politics & Social Sciences, Children's Studies
Données de 16-01-2016 08:56h
ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-00-726377-5, 978-0-00-726377-6

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