Fox, Margaret, and James McKinley. “Keeper of the Irish Essence”. The Globe and Mail, p. S12.
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The novel was an immediate critical and popular success. It was short-listed for the Booker Prize.
In 1982 MK received funding from the recently-launched Aosdana , a society of five hundred elected Irish writers...
Breen, Mary. “Piggies and Spoilers of Girls: The Representation of Sexuality in the Novels of Molly Keane”. Sex, Nation and Dissent in Irish Writing, St Martin’s Press, pp. 202-20.
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Money was short in those years, until an annual grant of four thousand pounds annually for five years from the Irish literary society Aosdana tided her over until her literary rediscovery began to bring her...
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