Further disclosures of Maria Monk

concerning the Hotel Dieu nunnery of Montreal : also, her visit to Nuns" Island, and disclosures concerning that secret retreat : preceded by a Reply to the priests" book

Publisher: Pub. for Maria Monk, and sold by Leavitt, Lord, Publisher: Crocker & Brewster in New York, Boston

Written in English
Published: Pages: 194 Downloads: 867
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Subjects:

  • Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal,
  • Anti-Catholicism -- Canada -- Sources,
  • Anti-Catholicism -- United States -- Sources

Edition Notes

Statementby J.J. Slocum
GenreSources
SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 49997
ContributionsSlocum, J. J. 1803-1863., Monk, Maria, d. 1850.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination179, 194 p.
Number of Pages194
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15486607M

Veil of Fear: Nineteenth-Century Convent Tales by Rebecca Reed, Maria Monk, Nancy Lusignan Schultz and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at . from both the table of contents and the book; presumably this is a AWFUL DISCLOSURES, By MARIA MONK, Of the HOTEL DIEU NUNNERY OF MONTREAL. Containing, also, Many Incidents Never Before Published. PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. and finally, a copious Appendix, giving further particulars interesting to the public. I present this volume to 1/6.   Maria Monk, one of the most infamous names in American anti-Catholicism, was the author of Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk (), “probably the most widely read contemporary book in the United States before Uncle Tom’s Cabin. ” (Hofstadter, 77) Burns Library has a first edition copy, in which Monk detailed the years she spent in a Catholic .   : Awful Disclosures Of Maria Monk, As Exhibited In 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: Date unknown, some tanning and foxing to the pages.

A short article about Maria Monk whose dishonest "disclosures" have fueled the flames of Anti-Catholicism in the United States since Larger Work. . A fictionalized engraving of Maria Monk, in a nun s habit, holding a baby. Maria Monk (J – summer of ) was a Canadian woman who claimed to have been a nun who had been sexually exploited in her convent. She, or ghost writers who. Maria Monk has written: 'Awful disclosures of Maria Monk, or, The hidden secrets of a nun's life in a convent exposed' -- subject(s): Anti-Catholicism, . awful disclosures, by maria monk, of the hotel dieu nunnery of montreal, revised, with an a p p e n d i x, containing, part i. reception of the first editions. part ii. sequel of her narrative. part iii. review of the case. also, a supplement, giving more particulars of the nunnery and grounds.

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More thancopies were sold by the time of the Civil War, and the book continued to be reprinted into the 20th century. In Monk left Hoyt for the Reverend John J.L. Slocum, another of her collaborators, and he produced Further Disclosures by Maria Monk ().

Excerpt from Further Disclosures Awful Disclosures. He has, therefore, One re quest to make of the public, and it Is certainly a very just one.

It is, that he may receive an impar tial trial, before he shall be condemned, either as to' his motives or his conduct. The subject is extreme ly exciting, and is attended with difficulties peculiar to Pages:   Further disclosures by Maria Monk, concerning the Hotel Dieu nunnery of Montreal [microform]: also, her visit to Nun's Island, and disclosures concerning that secret retreat: preceded by a reply to the priests' book by Monk, Maria, d.

; Slocum, J. (John Jay), Pages: A second work, Further Disclosures of Maria Monk, sold well also, and was reprinted several times, along with various other works refuting or supporting her claims. Quite an industry was born out of Maria Monk's story. Maria Monk's story, as she tells it, is a pathetic one.

And deponent further declared that she had read the pamphlet entitled Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk and that deponent was thereby informed for the first time that the said Maria had been at any time the inmate of a convent; that the said Maria, at the time she was in the Magdalen Asylum, did never pretend to deponent or anyone else, according.

Further Disclosures (Classic Reprint) Paperback – February 3, by Maria Monk (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Maria Monk.

Maria gave an account of how she was used as an unwitting accomplice in the poisoning of a priest by another priest, Patrick Phelan on Nun’s Island.

Maria Monk, Further Disclosures, atet. seq.(), addendum to J.J. Slocum, Confirmation of Maria Monk's Disclosures Concerning the Hotel Dieu Nunnery/5(5). Further Disclosures (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Sep 27 by Maria Monk (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — Author: Maria Monk. Get this from a library. Further disclosures by Maria Monk, concerning the Hotel Dieu nunnery of Montreal; also, her visit to Nuns' island, and disclosures concerning that secret retreat.

[Maria Monk; J J Slocum]. Maria Monk doesn't contain much truth. The best that can be said is that a woman named Maria Monk existed and lived for a period in Montreal.

This is documented. Also documented is the fact that she was never a nun, and that her book was the work of a group of men. Paedophilia doesn't figure in their text. The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk was the fake news of the s, a garish package of lies presented to the public as truth for the purpose of swaying political views.

And it was largely : Mike Mariani. (New York, ), which went through numerous editions and translations, as well as of Further disclosures by Maria Monk, concerning the Hotel Dieu nunnery of Montreal; also, her visit to Nuns’ Island, and disclosures concerning the secret retreat (Boston, ).

ANQ-M, CE, 23 juill. Affidavit of Madame D. Awful Disclosures by Maria Monk of the Hotel Dieu Nunnery of Montreal Book Summary: This volume includes an appendix containing reception of the first editions, sequel of her narrative, review of the case; also a supplement giving more particulars of the nunnery and grounds.

This book embraces the contents of the first editions of the author's Awful. Get this from a library. Further disclosures by Maria Monk, concerning the Hotel Dieu nunnery of Montreal: also, her visit to Nuns' Island, and disclosures concerning that secret retreat: preceded by a reply to the priests' book.

[Maria Monk; J J Slocum]. Awful disclosures of Maria Monk, as exhibited in a narrative of her sufferings during a residence of five years as a novice, and two years as a black nun, in the Hôtel Dieu nunnery at Montreal.

By Maria Monk; in London. Free Books > Religion & Spirituality > Christianity > Christian Living > Faith > Further Disclosures By Maria Monk, Concerning The Hotel Dieu Nunnery Of Montreal Also, Her Visit To Nuns' Island, And Disclosures Concerning That Secret Retreat: Preceded By A Reply To The Priests' Book.

Further disclosures by Maria Monk, concerning the Hotel Dieu nunnery of Montreal by Maria Monk,Published for M. Monk, and Pages: InMonk left Hoyt for the Reverend John J.L. Slocum, one of the collaborators on Awful Disclosures, and that year Slocum produced Further Disclosures by Maria Monk.

Although this second book did not contain any new material, it served to keep the controversy alive, and Awful Disclosures continued to sell well. Monk received no money from. Maria Monk (J – summer of ) was a Canadian woman who claimed to have been a nun who had been sexually exploited in her convent.

She, or ghost writers who used her as their puppet, wrote a sensational book about these allegations. Maria Monk’s book Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, or, The Hidden Secrets of a Nun’s Life in a Convent. Full text of "Further disclosures by Maria Monk, concerning the Hotel Dieu nunnery of Montreal [microform]: also, her visit to Nun's Island, and disclosures concerning that secret retreat: preceded by a reply to the priests' book" See other formats.

Further Disclosures By Maria Monk, Concerning the Hotel Dieu Nunnery of Montreal Also, Her Visit to Nuns' Island, and Disclosures Concerning That Secret Retreat: Preceded By a Reply to the Priests' Book: Author: Monk, Maria, Author: Slocum, John Jay: Note: New York: Pub. for M. Monk, Link: multiple formats at : Stable.

Maria Monk was famous in her time after writing this book about nuns being sexually exploited in Montreal by priests. Of course, critics who want to be picky point out that most of her facts were wrong and she spent time in a mental institutions and most of the book was probably ghost written by an anti-Catholic legal guardian, William K.

Hoyte /5. Monk, Maria, d. Slocum, J. (John Jay), Title Further disclosures by Maria Monk, concerning the Hotel Dieu nunnery of Montreal: also, her visit to Nuns' Island, and disclosures concerning that secret retreat: preceded by a reply to the priests' book Published.

Further Disclosures By Maria Monk, Concerning the Hotel Dieu Nunnery of Montreal Also, Her Visit to Nuns' Island, and Disclosures Concerning That Secret Retreat: Preceded By a Reply to the Priests' Book (New York: Pub.

for M. Monk, ), by Maria Monk and John Jay Slocum (multiple formats at ). Buy The Awful Disclosures Of Maria Monk () by Monk, Maria (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). IT was over a hundred years ago—in —that Maria Monk, making her way from Canada to New York, startled the world with her "awful disclosures" of life in a Convent and, since that time, controversy has raged over her story.

ABOUT MARIA MONK. The book Maria wrote is The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, widely available in paperback, or you can read it for free second book, Further Disclosures by Maria Monk Concerning the Hotel Dieu Nunnery of Montreal; and Also Her Visit to Nun’s Island and Disclosures Concerning that Secret Retreat, is harder to find, although the two are.

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, Facts of the Present Day, Reviews of New Works, Whereby Maria Monk's Disclosures are.

_"Maria Monk's 'Awful Disclosures.' Villany exposed!!_ "Of all the curious pranks and fanatical schemes which the foes of Catholicity have been playing for some years past, there is not one that fills the mind with greater disgust than the scandalous tale given to the public by Maria Monk and her wicked associate.5/6.

Page - Hypolite was the most diabolical. She engaged in the horrid task with all alacrity, and assumed from choice the most revolting parts to be performed. She seized a gag, forced it into the mouth of the poor nun, and when it was fixed between her extended jaws, so as to keep them open at their greatest possible distance, took hold of the straps fastened at each end of the.

An old book I discovered in an antique store—Maria Monk: Secrets of the Black Nunnery Revealed—seemed d, it bears signs of being a cheap reproduction of an earlier volume (see Figure 1). Indeed, its title page not only gives a different title (Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk of the Hotel Dieu Convent of Montreal: The Secrets of the Black .The Awful Disclosures Of Maria Monk (The erotica series) by Maria Monk and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Maria Monk BirthdayThursday, J The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, about a nun who escapes life as a sex slave at the hands of priests, was a bestseller in the s.

Maria Monk Before she escaped from the convent, Sister Maria was tortured and made a sex slave of evil priests. Her subsequent book, The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk.