“The Knitting Circle”. London South Bank University: Lesbian and Gay Staff Association.
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As MB became well-known, she has frequently been invited to contribute to collections of short fiction for young people, sometimes to benefit worthy causes. She has stories in, for instance, Dare to Be Different...
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Her first job (apart from working as an assistante or part-time language teacher in Paris, and secretarial temping jobs, one of them with a publisher) was to work for Amnesty International in London...
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Sean MacBride's Irish nationalist politics led him into a career as a journalist, politician, lawyer, and eventually human rights activist. Having lied about his age when still in his teens to graduate from the youth...
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JKR develops a tightly though unobtrusively structured argument around her chosen themes of failure and imagination. She begins with the necessary light-hearted jokes (most memorably, as she suggests, about leading astray the graduates before her...