In the same year that her mother
died, 1928, MK
gave birth to her first child, Julia
, who also became a novelist. Another daughter and a son followed in 1930 and 1935. Kennedy and...
does not agree with this perception of humour: she finds that while the characters and the situation seem made for comedy . . . instead of comedy Kennedy writes a banal, tragic melodrama.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
The publication of her seventh novel marked her move from Heinemann
reissued this novel as part of its Modern Classics series in 1981 with an introduction by Kennedy's author-daughter, Julia Birley
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Birley, Julia, and Margaret Kennedy. “Introduction”. Together and Apart, Virago, 1981, p. vi - x.
Kennedy, Margaret, and Julia Birley. Together and Apart. Virago, 1981.