THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME (SOCIAL PREJUDICE) by Hall Caine
THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME.....(Being the Story of Mary O'Neill) Dealing with social prejudice and religious intolerance. 650 PAGES IN PRINT.
Mary O'Neill is a young Irish woman whose life is greatly effected by social prejudice and religions intolerance. She is born into a large family and is hated by her father. Through her life she clashes with her family and the church. There is a marriage that fails, a man she loves,and a child she has with him. Mary does at last find peace with her life.
How much of the story of Mary O'Neill is a work of my own imagination, and how much comes from an authentic source I do not consider it necessary to say. But as I have in this instance drawn more largely and directly from fact than is usually the practice of the novelist, I have thought it my duty to defeat all possible attempts at personal identification by altering and disguising the more important scenes and characters. Therefore this novel is not to be understood as referring to any living person or persons, and the convent school described in it is not to be identified with any similar educational institution in Rome.
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