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I Never Told Anyone: Writings by Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse - Part 1, 'I had thought it was over.' Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Fathers: Jean Monroe, from California Daughter/1950; R.C., Remembering Dream; Jill Morgan, It Began for Me; and Marty O. Dyke, Yeah I'm Blaming You Summary & Analysis

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California Daughter/1950 was written by Jean Monroe where she wrote of several instances in which her father fondled her breasts while her mother was away, recovering from tuberculosis. When her mother came home from the hospital, Jean's father began to treat her with anger, accusing her of things she did not understand. Once, Jean went into the bathroom while her father was bathing and he showed her his penis. At the same time...

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