Philosophy with Onbester

<strong>Mary McCarthy</strong> reserved the right to be &ldquo;difficult.&rdquo; What this meant in practice was that she was lacerating, supremely clever, and above all opportunistic

Mary McCarthy reserved the right to be “difficult.” What this meant in practice was that she was lacerating, supremely clever, and above all opportunisticContinue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily Full article:<strong>Mary McCarthy</strong> reserved the right to be &ldquo;difficult.&rdquo; What this meant in practice was that she was lacerating, supremely clever, and above all opportunistic Read more [...]
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