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This selection of essays via a various staff of younger teachers, confirmed critics, and recognized writers moves an interesting stability among scholarship and memory. the single full-length e-book on Mary McCarthy that isn't a biography, this quantity comprises discussions of McCarthy as a member of the recent York intelligentsia, her look for a simply and moral political philosophy, and the ambiguity of her perspectives on feminism. The participants comprise McCarthy biographers Carol Brightman, Carol Gelderman, and Fran Kiernan; novelists Thomas Flanagan, Maureen Howard, and Thomas Mallon; Pulitzer Prize successful journalist Frances Fitzgerald; and critics Morris Dickstein and Katie Roiphe. The e-book concludes with a relocating memory through Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.

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