Damien, the Leper

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Sheed & Ward, 1937 - Leprosy - 230 pages
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A biography of the heroic priest who gave his life working for the lepers in the Hawaiian Islands.

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Review: Damien the Leper

User Review  - Brent - Goodreads

Dipping more than a few toes into sensationalism, Farrow writes of the conditions of the leper colony on Molokai: Those people, already doomed to death, had been exiled to die in surroundings and ... Read full review

Review: Damien the Leper

User Review  - Holly - Goodreads

Interesting read on the history of leprosy in the Hawaiian Island. Of course, I found it more inspiring to read about someone who so genuinely cared about his neighbors regardless of their race, sex, or religion. Read full review

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