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Mary McCarthy
(1912-1989) born on
Jun 21
US novelist, critic. She was noted for witty acerbic novels and writings about art and politics; wrote "The Company She Keeps," 1942 and "How I Grew," 1987.
Every age has a keyhole to which its eye is pasted.

In science, all facts, no matter how trivial or banal, enjoy democratic equality.
If someone tells you he is going to make a "realistic decision," you immediately understand that he has resolved to do something bad.
The suspense of a novel is not only in the reader, but in the novelist, who is intensely curious about what will happen to the hero.
The happy ending is our national belief.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "On the Contrary," pt. 1, "My Confession," 1961.
R: "On The Contrary."
A: "On The Contrary," 1961.
N: "On The Contrary," 1961.
K: "On the Contrary," pt. 1, "America the Beautiful: The Humanist in the Bathtub," 1962.

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