Black, Claire. “Interview: Claire Keegan”. The Scotsman.
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BR attended Cardiff High School for Girls, which was known for its rigorous academic standards. At first she often skipped her homework, however, in favour of angling for boys. Later, among the distractions of wartime...
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The husband drew up his will in 1884, leaving the bulk of his fortune for women's education and clearly explaining why. It is women who have hitherto had the worst of life, and I therefore...
After graduating from the University of Wales , Keegan lived what she described as a nomadic life.
(She had already spent years in Louisiana, USA, as a student, and was to spend another in...
O’Hagan, Sean. “Claire Keegan: ’Short stories are limited. I’m cornered into writing what I can’”. The Guardian.
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More than £2,000 left by EJP was used to erect Aberdare Hall , the first residence for women students at University College , Cardiff, in South Wales.
Thesing, William B., editor. Dictionary of Literary Biography 199. Gale Research, 1999.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.