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by Mary Hilaire Tavenner
Author: Mary Hilaire Tavenner
Publisher: Xlibris (November 1, 2001)
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Mary Hilaire Tavenner. Working full time as a teacher made her realize one of these ambitions would have to wait, so after starting her book, Nun of This and Nun of That, she set it aside for the next eight years until she earned her doctorate.
Mary Hilaire Tavenner. from the University of South Florida. Her novel spans almost ten years of religious life, starting in 1963 when twenty-five young women all enter a convent in Albany, New York.
Tavenner living among her community members for almost twenty years, and even while in the convent began the groundwork and outlines for this book.
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The History of the Nun, or The Fair Vow Breaker, is a novella by Aphra Behn published in 1689. It is a piece of early 18th-century amatory fiction. Some of the story's main themes include woman's desire, guilt, and reputation
The History of the Nun, or The Fair Vow Breaker, is a novella by Aphra Behn published in 1689. Some of the story's main themes include woman's desire, guilt, and reputation.