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Local author Wyn Moriarty has published a memoir of her early life and her relationship with her strict Presbyterian father,
Her story also deals with her bipolar disorder and the stigma of mental illness in the mid-20th century.
Of particular interest to people of the Geelong and Bellarine are her descriptions of life at boarding school at Morongo PC (now Kardinia College) and conditions at Geelong Hospital in the 1950s, where she trained as a nurse.
The book is ‘A Father’s Dreams’ and is available Bookgrove on The Terrace in Ocean Grove or from the author through 5257 1441 or moriarty.billandwyn@yahoo.com.au

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