The Story of Esther Costello Nicholas Monsarrat

ISBN: 9780330104975

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The Story of Esther Costello  by  Nicholas Monsarrat

The Story of Esther Costello by Nicholas Monsarrat
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In a small Irish village, young Esther Costello, victim of a tragic accident that has left her deaf, dumb and blind, is kept barely alive by hardhearted parents. Discovered by a well-meaning American tourist, who is appalled by Esthers shockingMoreIn a small Irish village, young Esther Costello, victim of a tragic accident that has left her deaf, dumb and blind, is kept barely alive by hardhearted parents.

Discovered by a well-meaning American tourist, who is appalled by Esthers shocking condition, she is whisked away to America for treatment. But all the advances of American medicine are unable to bring about a cure and with unceasing devotion, her patron decides to devote her life to Esthers care. But a nationwide campaign to raise public awareness eventually results in donations being diverted to the womans personal account, and in a harrowing twist to the tale, Esthers faculties are restored, with shocking consequences.



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