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  1. 1 de ene. de 2009 · When she fell pregnant as a teenager in Ireland in 1952, Philomena Lee was sent to the convent at Roscrea in Co. Tipperary to be looked after as a 'fallen woman'. She cared for her baby for three years until the Church took him from her and sold him, like countless others, to America for adoption.

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  2. Philomena: The True Story of a Mother and the Son She Had to Give Away (Film Tie-in Edition) Paperback – Unabridged, 10 Oct. 2013. When she fell pregnant as a teenager in Ireland in 1952, Philomena Lee was sent to the convent at Roscrea in Co. Tipperary to be looked after as a fallen woman.

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    • Martin Sixsmith
  3. Annie Philomena Lee (born 24 March 1933) is an Irish woman whose life was chronicled in the 2009 book The Lost Child of Philomena Lee by Martin Sixsmith. The book was made into a film titled Philomena (2013), which was nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Actress for Judi Dench's portrayal of Philomena, and Best Picture.

  4. 1 de ene. de 2013 · The heartbreaking true story of an Irishwoman and the secret she kept for 50 years and the basis for the major motion picture starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan. When she became pregnant as a teenager in Ireland in 1952, Philomena Lee was sent to a convent to be looked after as a “fallen woman.”.

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    • Martin Sixsmith
    • Penguin Books
  5. 1 de ene. de 2013 · While the film, with Dame Judi Dench starring as Philomena, focuses mostly on the mother’s search, Sixsmiths book must otherwise spend nearly two-thirds of the narrative on Michael Hess, or Anthony Lee, Philomena’s long lost son, and her son’s search for her.

  6. 10 de oct. de 2013 · It follows the lives of Philomena Lee, who, after falling pregnant in 1952, was treated as a fallen woman by Irish Catholic society, and her son, torn from her by the Church and swept across...

  7. 2 de jul. de 2010 · A compelling narrative of human love and loss, Martin Sixsmith's moving account is both heartbreaking yet ultimately redemptive. When she fell pregnant as a teenager in Ireland in 1952, Philomena Lee was sent to the convent at Roscrea in Co. Tipperary to be looked after as a fallen woman.

    • Martin Sixsmith