The character of a convent :
displayed in the awful disclosures of Maria Monk ; being a narrative of her sufferings during a residence of five years as a novice and two years as a black nun in the Hotel Dieu nunnery at Montreal ; to which is added confirmatory notes and affidavits whereby Maria Monk's disclosures are most fully proved, and the hideous nature of the conventual system are exposed.
|Main Author:||Monk, Maria, d. 1850.|
London : Houlston & Stoneman, 1853.
Monk, Maria, /
Convents > Convents / Que bec (Province) > Convents / Que bec (Province) / Montre al.
Ex-nuns > Ex-nuns / Personal narratives.
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With: The last awful confessions and affecting letter of Maria Monk to her brother William Monk a few hours before her melancholy death. London : W. Jenkinson, [1854?]
174 p. :
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