Mary McCarthy


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Noun1.Mary McCarthy - United States satirical novelist and literary critic (1912-1989)
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Dr Mary McCarthy, of the European Union of GPs, said 25 contacts was safe, with 30-minute appointments standard in some countries.
Mary McCarthy telling Dick Cavett that "every word [Lillian Hellman] writes is a lie, including 'and' and 'the' " prompted a lawsuit that only ended because the cantankerous plaintiff died.
My friend Margo Viscusi, the founder of Poet's House, told me that Mary McCarthy, who was friends with all three of us--Monique, Margo, and me--said that Monique was the best brought-up and most polite revolutionary she had ever met.
8220;We're looking for the brightest entrepreneurs in Ohio to participate in the Entrepreneur Exchange Program,” said Mary McCarthy, president, YMT.
In 1979, however, novelist Mary McCarthy said of Hellman to television host Dick Cavett that "every word she writes is a lie, including and' and 'the.
Janet's daughter, Mary McCarthy, said: "We're all very proud of mum.
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).
JJ Field, and Keri Austenland 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).
Dr Mary McCarthy, secretary of the GPCWM, said: "We received widespread reports of patients facing long delays before they managed to get hold of an operator and then additional waits for calls back with further health information.
Mary McCarthy, defending, claimed both men were exploited by those higher up the chain of supply.
Her reputation suffered in her final years when she sued critic Mary McCarthy for libel for her remark, "Every word she [Hellman] writes is a lie.
Luckily, author Francine Prose saw Lee's humor, and she selected his book for the 2010 Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction.