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10 thoughts on “Olivia: My Life of Exile in Kalaupapa

  1. says:

    There are 26 switchbacks to the bottom of the Kalaupapa trail on the Hawaiian island of Moloka i As one descends into the trees, wild goats peek out, leaping from boulder to boulder, and sunlight drifts and scatters onto the gnarled roots lining a narrow but well worn path Mule packets litter the steep steps and beads of moisture from the air soak through cotton tanks and fabric visors, su


  2. says:

    My friend gave this to me to read in preparation for our visit to Kalaupapa This is Olivia R Breitha s personal account of her diagnosis and life with what is now known as Hansens disease leprosy Breitha would be the first to tell you, she wasn t well educated in fact she threatens to bop the reader for making fun of her lack of education but she is obviously a brave and sassy woman Her writing can


  3. says:

    This wasn t quite what I expected It was interesting to read a first hand account of life circumstances leading up to life in Kalaupapa, but I was a little distracted by the writing style and some of the info included that didn t really seem to add to the story I picked this up in the small visitors center gift shop in Kalaupapa when I visited in 2012 I m glad to have finally read the book, but I was left w


  4. says:

    A first hand account of living with Hanson s disease from 1937 through 1988 This was one plucky woman Though she has no than a 6th grade education, she recounts in simple powerful words the fear and humiliation associated with the disease and its early treatment the emotional affects of the exile and isolation on the Kalaupapa peninsula on Molokai the condescension and ill treatment by some of the staff and the car


  5. says:

    This is a fascinating account of one woman s real life story of having leprosy aka Hansen s Disease and being sent to Kalaupapa Apparently she was motivated to write her memoir by a comment made on the tv show mash She sent a letter along with her stories, her journal, on to Alan Alda At the end of the book it shows a letter from Alan Alda saying he didn t have t...


  6. says:

    Olivia is quite a character, and I guess she deserves to be so outspoken for all she endured in her life Her writing is simple but sometimes difficult to follow Mostly I appreciated the raw humanity of this book, and her passion that every person deserves dignity, especially as t...


  7. says:

    A ture story fo a young woman who was sent to colony for having Hansen s disease It is also known as leprosy but thie term is not considered polite SHe left home at 13 or 15 and never left until she wa...


  8. says:

    Personal account of treatment by the powers that be that should horrify any compassionate person So personal it was like reading a diary or a family letter from an unsophisticated small town girl I would like to hear from ...


  9. says:

    This small book says so much about a life that most of us could never imagine I have been through my share of health challenges, and nothing could prepare me for the emotional and physical journey described here.


  10. says:

    Just went to Molokai and saw Kalaupapa from afar.I read this to understand a bit Not wonderfully written, but it is a first person account of her life in Kalaupapa Very interesting topic about Leprosy.


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