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

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