Mary McCarthy

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Noun1.Mary McCarthy - United States satirical novelist and literary critic (1912-1989)
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Members and attendees were also treated to a break for chair yoga with Mary McCarthy as well as lunch and breaks with the exhibitors.
After listening to Michelle Dean's Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion (Blackstone, 11.5 hours), impeccably performed by Berna-dette Dunne, I know, if asked, that the 10 women Dean considers in this brilliant group bio would be at my table: Dorothy Parker, Rebecca West, Hannah Arendt, Mary McCarthy, Susan Sontag, Pauline Kael, loan Didion, Nora Ephron, Renata Adler and Janet Malcolm, with Zora Neale Hurston and Lillian Hellman stopping by as well.
Mary McCarthy, deputy manager of Wyndford Locks in Maryhill, Glasgow, said: "It was nice to see George Bowie come to visit her.
Director of Structural Reform Support Service of the European Commission, Mary McCarthy said in her speech that "the European Union pays great attention to cultural heritage.
"This workload pressure also means GPs are increasingly suffering from burnout and patients are being put at risk of unsafe care." Dr Mary McCarthy, of the European Union of GPs, said 25 contacts was safe, with 30-minute appointments standard in some countries.
"Wanderings: On Mary McCarthy's 'A Guide to Exiles, Expatriates, and Internal Emigres'" explores the definitions of these words as they relate both to the author's personal history and to the histories of other exiles.
“We're looking for the brightest entrepreneurs in Ohio to participate in the Entrepreneur Exchange Program,” said Mary McCarthy, president, YMT.
KESSLER-HARRIS'S BURDEN IS THAT Mary McCarthy's judgment of Hellman has become the consensus opinion.
Mary McCarthy's deliberately provocative depiction of Macbeth as "a murderous Babbitt" and T.S.
In the days when the characters portrayed in Mad Men strode the streets of New York, freelance thinkers such as Edmund Wilson and Mary McCarthy loomed large in public debates, drawing on the world of ideas to illuminate everything from the Cold War to sex.
Debate rages and Arendt finds herself in the eye of a storm, debating the trial and its repercussions with fellow intellectuals including novelist Mary McCarthy (Janet McTeer) and philosopher Martin Heidegger (Klaus Pohl).