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"We were particularly impressed by the vivid world of the play and by [the] characterization and dialogue."
"I was never to initiate a conversation, I was never to talk about my religion, I was never to look up when they entered a room, I was to make neither demands or requests. I was to know that my future lay in the hands of Allah and I was to be grateful for that."
Nazareth House, an Irish children's home, is synonymous with cruelty, exploitation, and abuse. Now, years after his failed suicide attempt, one alumnus has become a wealthy manufacturer of computer hardware. He has tracked down some of his old classmates from Nazareth House to see if he can reconstruct the memories that made him jump off Tower Bridge in the first place. But can he convince the others to share their own stories of the horrors of the Naz? And does he really want to hear them?
The Naz and all excerpts from it are © 2003 Tim Marks. Excerpts may contain strong language or violence.