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I Never Told Anyone: Writings by Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse - Study Guide Part 2, 'Yesterday I saw him watch my sister.' Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Relatives: Blanche Woodbury, My Brother; Desi, Story of a Granddaughter; Louise Thornton, Uncle Karl; Bella Moon, Silence; and Experience Gibbs, 1952, and Other Years Summary & Analysis

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Blanche Woodbury's mother suffered a nervous breakdown soon after her birth and checked herself into a psychiatric hospital. Blanche and her brother were left to the care of their grandmother. Blanche's brother blamed Blanche for their mother's illness. Blanche was sexually molested by her brother. Once, when their grandmother walked in on them naked together, she blamed Blanche and beat her. In the poem, My Brother, Blanche writes about the abuse they never...

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