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After an idyllic early childhood in Surrey, Linda's life descended into poverty and chaos when her parents' marriage crumbled and her unstable mother's sanity declined. She experienced a brief period of comfort in a caring foster home before being plunged into the dark, terrifying world of a 1960s institution. St Anne's Convent, Orpington, was a Catholic children's home run by the infamous Sisters of Mercy and a former monk who inflicted bizarre and barbaric beliefs and practices on the children in his care. Cry and You Cry Aloneis the achingly honest story of a survivor of shocking child abuse that took place in the heart of an English suburb.
Rosalinda V. Hutton works with adults with learning difficulties and mental-health problems.
Table of Contents
|Preface: The Journey of a Lifetime||p. 9|
|The Trial Begins: A Claimant Such as You||p. 13|
|Meet Big Lynn||p. 17|
|Back to Dark Places||p. 26|
|And Darker Still||p. 31|
|The Hovel||p. 38|
|Omni Is Winning||p. 47|
|Going into Care||p. 52|
|Campbell Road, Twickenham||p. 56|
|St Anne's Convent: New Kids on the Block||p. 64|
|I Know What You Are||p. 74|
|Mortification of the Body Is Good for the Soul||p. 83|
|Girls Are Not Equal||p. 90|
|Black and White or Colour||p. 96|
|And "Thou Shalt Not' Writ Over the Door||p. 100|
|I Do Believe, I Do||p. 105|
|From Tara to Don Bosco||p. 108|
|Better the Devil You Know||p. 116|
|Why Didn't We Tell?||p. 125|
|The Girl I Used to Be||p. 131|
|Lyne Place||p. 151|
|Bramdene - Almost the End of the Road||p. 158|
|Psychologists' Evidence||p. 173|
|It Couldn't Have Been All Bad||p. 180|
|The Penguins Are Corning!||p. 187|
|The Smoking Gun||p. 192|
|Across the Sea to Ireland||p. 195|
|The Sledgehammer and the Rock||p. 212|
|My Epiphany||p. 217|
|The Last Day: Floodgates||p. 227|
|The Verdict||p. 233|
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