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N several months later he discovered that the Irish state had assumed custody of the children and refused to release them Tea and Green Ribbons is the astonishing heart wrenching tale of Desmond's dramatic uest to get his children back told in gripping fashion by his daughter Evelyn In the ensuing years after losing his children Desmond devoted himself to working with some of Ireland's foremost legal experts to fight both the Church and the government Meanwhile Evelyn his eldest child discovered the Great book about a fathers fight for justice

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Evelyn A True Story

In the slums of Dublin in 1953 Evelyn Doyle's mother ran off with a lover abandoning her family and leaving Evelyn's father to care for six children Already struggling to support his children as a painter and decorator Desmond Doyle faced the fact that he would have to turn them over to church run industrial schools while he went to England where he could earn higher wages and save money to support them without state assistance He believed the placement was temporary However upon his return to Dubli A very good memoir about childhood in Ireland and a father s love Turned into the film EvelynFor the complete review please go here

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Crisp clean joys and lonely sorrows of life in the care of nuns After two years the Irish Supreme Court finally made an unprecedented decision which for the first time in Irish legal history took into account the children's wishes and Desmond his daughter and his sons began their lives again Evelyn Doyle has crafted a jewel like chronicle of a major turning point in Irish s and culture Uplifting gritty and emotionally compelling this stunning memoir is an unforgettable celebration of the Irish spir Good read I had a good time reading Evelyn s story I was able to fight the battle with Desmonds and left me with some tears of joy at the end I would recommend it


10 thoughts on “Evelyn A True Story

  1. says:

    A glimpse into an Irish man's fight with the government to gain custody of his children who had been placed in orphanages run by the Catholic ch

  2. says:

    Very touching and uite emotional at times

  3. says:

    A very good memoir about childhood in Ireland and a father's love Turned into the film EvelynFor the complete review please go here

  4. says:

    Tea and Green Ribbons by Evelyn DoylePublisher Free Press library edition withdrawnYear 2002ISBN 0743242599Pages 243Reviewed by Tina H; Arkansas USARating ⭐⭐⭐⭐Tea and Green Ribbons by Evelyn Doyle is a story about wh

  5. says:

    Highly enjoyable read but because I’m not familiar enough with the constitution of Ireland religion what other peoples experiences were like in the samesimilar situation or what the times were like in the 1950s I don’t think it would be fair to give this 5 stars

  6. says:

    Great book about a fathers fight for justice

  7. says:

    Loved the book and loved the movie

  8. says:

    Good read I had a good time reading Evelyn's story I was able to fight the battle with Desmonds and left me with some tears of joy at the end I would recommend it

  9. says:

    This could have been a good book or at least an important book Evelyn Doyle who was a little girl in the 1950 is at the heart of a fierce custody battle between her hapless father and the Irish state As a middle aged woman Ms Doyle d

  10. says:

    Ms Doyle is an excellent writer Her memoir is both heartwarming and heartrending relating information about the landmark cou

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