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The Dolls House - Marie Swift
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Marie Swift:
The Dolls House - First edition

1997, ISBN: 9781452016801

Paperback, Hardcover, ID: 416236130

London: Mitchell Beazley, 1997. First. Very Good/Very Good in Protector. Illus. by Profusely Illustrated. 4to, Heavy, So Extra Post.., Mitchell Beazley, 1997, DC COMICS New York, 1989 Superb unread as new and still sealed. Parts 2 and 3 of the Doll's House Sandman story in original comics form.. 1st Edition. Soft cover. As New., DC COMICS New York, 1989, DC COMICS New York, 1989 Superb unread as new and still sealed. Part 9 of the Master Of Dreams Sandman story and Part 1 of Doll's Hopuse in original comics form.. 1st Edition. Soft cover. As New., DC COMICS New York, 1989, Lewes, Guild of Master Craftsmen, 1995. Quarto; laminated colour pictorial card covers; ownership details; a fine copy., Lewes, Guild of Master Craftsmen, 1995, DC COMICS New York, 1990 Superb unread as new and still sealed. Parts 6 and 7 of the Doll's House Sandman story in original comics form.. 1st Edition. Soft cover. As New., DC COMICS New York, 1990, DC COMICS New York, 1990 Superb unread as new and still sealed. Parts 4 and 5 of the Doll's House Sandman story in original comics form.. 1st Edition. Soft cover. As New., DC COMICS New York, 1990, DEN HAAG: ED. HAAGS GEMEENTEMUSEUM, SANS. IN 8. BR [BE]. 68 PP. ENV 50 ILL EN NOIR. [BE], ED. HAAGS GEMEENTEMUSEUM, London, John Murray, 1988. Quarto; papered boards; ownership details; an excellent copy with the dustwrapper slightly creased and torn., London, John Murray, 1988, Harrisburg, Stackpole, 1980/ 1980. Quarto; synthetic cloth; ownership details; an excellent copy with the dustwrapper very slightly creased and torn., Harrisburg, Stackpole, 1980/ 1980, Newton Abbot, David and Charles, 1992. Quarto; papered boards; ownership signature; a fine copy with the fine dustwrapper., Newton Abbot, David and Charles, 1992, Authorhouse. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 208 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.6in.This is a true compelling story of a young girl growing up in Nottingham where her happiness and free spirit was snatched from her at the age of 8. Her world was falling apart because of the physical and sexual abuse she endured. Marie showed courage and sheer determination to survive the hopelessness she felt inside with mixed emotions of abhorrence; love and resentment finally healed from her very traumatic and sometimes dejected life. Marie has written The Dollshouse giving a snapshot of her life, this it is not in anyway depressing given the subject matter. The book has been written through the eyes of a child reliving every detail which brings the book to life you will find it hard to put this book down, each chapter tells of an event of this little girls life, the love she had for her brother was imeasurable she witnessed his beatings by the same hand that caressed and tormented her own small body, The book has been written with compassion revealing her most intimate secrets drawing the reader into her secret life. The atrocities she endured under her Fathers dominating aggressive nature almost caused her to end her own life as she had no-one to turn to, not even close family whom she loved as she feared the family would have been seperated. Marie was brainwashed into believing it was her fault, no one would have believed her anyway after all she was just a child and if you tell a child the grass is green they will believe it. Why wouldnt they After all we rely on the Adults to guide us and tell us the truth. Marie was spared and believes to this day it was the hand of God who pulled her out of her depths of misery. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Authorhouse

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This is a true compelling story of a young girl growing up in Nottingham where her happiness and free spirit was snatched from her at the age of 8. Her world was falling apart because of the physical and sexual abuse she endured. Marie showed courage and sheer determination to survive the hopelessness she felt inside with mixed emotions of abhorrence; love and resentment finally healed from her very traumatic and sometimes dejected life. Marie has written The Dollshouse giving a snapshot of This is a true compelling story of a young girl growing up in Nottingham where her happiness and free spirit was snatched from her at the age of 8. Her world was falling apart because of the physical and sexual abuse she endured. Marie showed courage and sheer determination to survive the hopelessness she felt inside with mixed emotions of abhorrence; love and resentment finally healed from her very traumatic and sometimes dejected life. Marie has written The Dollshouse giving a snapshot of her life, this it is not in anyway depressing given the subject matter. The book has been written through the eyes of a child reliving every detail which brings the book to life you will find it hard to put this book down, each chapter tells of an event of this little girls life, the love she had for her brother was imeasurable she witnessed his beatings by the same hand that caressed and tormented her own small body, The book has been written with compassion revealing her most intimate secrets drawing the reader into her secret life. The atrocities she endured under her Fathers dominating aggressive nature almost caused her to end her own life as she had no-one to turn to, not even close family whom she loved as she feared the family would have been seperated. Marie was brainwashed into believing it was her fault, no one would have believed her anyway after all she was just a child and if you tell a child the grass is green they will believe it. Why wouldn't they? After all we rely on the Adults to guide us and tell us the truth. Marie was spared and believes to this day it was the hand of God who pulled her out of her depths of misery. Books, Biography & Autobiography~~General, The-Dolls-House~~Marie-Swift, 999999999, The Doll's House, Marie Swift, 1452016801, AuthorHouse, , , , , AuthorHouse

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[EAN: 9781452016801], Neubuch, [PU: AuthorHouse], MARIE SWIFT,BIOGRAPHIES AND MEMOIRS,PARENTING RELATIONSHIPS,ABUSE,INSPIRATIONAL,RELIGIOUS STUDIES, Hardcover. 208 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.6in.This is a true compelling story of a young girl growing up in Nottingham where her happiness and free spirit was snatched from her at the age of 8. Her world was falling apart because of the physical and sexual abuse she endured. Marie showed courage and sheer determination to survive the hopelessness she felt inside with mixed emotions of abhorrence; love and resentment finally healed from her very traumatic and sometimes dejected life. Marie has written The Dollshouse giving a snapshot of her life, this it is not in anyway depressing given the subject matter. The book has been written through the eyes of a child reliving every detail which brings the book to life you will find it hard to put this book down, each chapter tells of an event of this little girls life, the love she had for her brother was imeasurable she witnessed his beatings by the same hand that caressed and tormented her own small body, The book has been written with compassion revealing her most intimate secrets drawing the reader into her secret life. The atrocities she endured under her Fathers dominating aggressive nature almost caused her to end her own life as she had no-one to turn to, not even close family whom she loved as she feared the family would have been seperated. Marie was brainwashed into believing it was her fault, no one would have believed her anyway after all she was just a child and if you tell a child the grass is green they will believe it. Why wouldnt they After all we rely on the Adults to guide us and tell us the truth. Marie was spared and believes to this day it was the hand of God who pulled her out of her depths of misery. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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[EAN: 9781452016801], Neubuch, [PU: AUTHORHOUSE, United States], Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This is a true compelling story of a young girl growing up in Nottingham where her happiness and free spirit was snatched from her at the age of 8. Her world was falling apart because of the physical and sexual abuse she endured. Marie showed courage and sheer determination to survive the hopelessness she felt inside with mixed emotions of abhorrence; love and resentment finally healed from her very traumatic and sometimes dejected life. Marie has written The Dollshouse giving a snapshot of her life, this it is not in anyway depressing given the subject matter. The book has been written through the eyes of a child reliving every detail which brings the book to life you will find it hard to put this book down, each chapter tells of an event of this little girls life, the love she had for her brother was imeasurable she witnessed his beatings by the same hand that caressed and tormented her own small body, The book has been written with compassion revealing her most intimate secrets drawing the reader into her secret life. The atrocities she endured under her Fathers dominating aggressive nature almost caused her to end her own life as she had no-one to turn to, not even close family whom she loved as she feared the family would have been seperated. Marie was brainwashed into believing it was her fault, no one would have believed her anyway after all she was just a child and if you tell a child the grass is green they will believe it. Why wouldn t they? After all we rely on the Adults to guide us and tell us the truth. Marie was spared and believes to this day it was the hand of God who pulled her out of her depths of misery.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781452016801
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1452016801
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: AUTHORHOUSE
208 Pages
Weight: 0,463 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1452016801

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-4520-1680-1, 978-1-4520-1680-1


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