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Whoredom in Kimmage
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Rosemary Mahoney (born Janu Boston, Massachusetts) is an American has published six books of narrative non-fiction and numerous magazine articles. For the American Spectator, Christopher Caldwell wrote, "Mahoney has an effortlessly pretty prose style and an uncanny eye a literary talent that amounts to brilliance.". WHOREDOM IN KIMMAGE Irish Women Coming of Age. By Rosemary Mahoney. pp. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $
The Art of Fact is a historical treasury tracing literary journalism back to such pioneers as Defoe, Dickens, and Orwell, and to crime writers, investigative social reporters, and war correspondents who stretched the limits of style and even propriety to communicate powerful truth. Here an extraordinary range of styles—the elegance of Gay 5/5(1). She is the author of six books of non-fiction: The Early Arrival of Dreams: A Year in China, a New York Times Notable Book; Whoredom in Kimmage: The World of Irish Women, a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist; A Likely Story: One Summer with Lillian Hellman; The Singular Pilgrim: Travels on Sacred Ground; Down the Nile: Alone in a.
She debuted in with The Early Arrival of Dreams (Mariner), a book about a year spent teaching in China, which was followed in by Whoredom in Kimmage (Anchor), a look at Irish life in the. Rosemary Mahoney is the author of The Early Arrival of Dreams, an account of teaching in China that was a New York Times Notable Book in , and Whoredom in Kimmage, a National Book Critics' Circle finalist in She won the Charles E. Horman Prize for Fiction Writing as an undergraduate at Harvard and is also the recipient of a Whiting Author: Rosemary Mahoney.
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"Whoredom in Kimmage is a superb book, the close and patient observation of a world by a writer whose highly deveoped consciousness expressed itself with ease, mystery, and grace." -- New York Newsday "Mahoney has an infallible ear for the spoken word and eye for telling detail/5(15). Whoredom in Kimmage sounds like a Harlequin romance title but is directly the opposite.
Rosemary Mahoney, the author, visited Ireland (The Irish Republic, that is) duringliving alone in an old castle and getting to know her Irish roots/5. out of 5 stars whoredom in kimmage??. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Septem Verified Purchase.
I had great hopes of reading this book. When I saw Kimmage I thought that was the Kimmage in Dublin. It is some time since I half read it, but I found the whole book an embarrassement.
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From Irish-American writer Mahoney (The Early Arrival of Dreams, ): a remarkably perceptive and engaging account of contemporary Irish women. Mahoney—who, with strong family ties to Ireland, spent a year in high school there—returned in to investigate what she believed to be the Whoredom in Kimmage book role of women in a country where divorce and abortion are illegal and women are Author: Rosemary Mahoney.
A book called "Whoredom in Kimmage" came across my desk and my reaction to the exceptional writing was a simple: “Who the #%@* is this Rosemary Mahoney?” We. Written with the art of a skilled fiction writer whose ear for Irish bluster is pitch-perfect, Whoredom in Kimmage tells the tale of contemporary Irish women through a series of brilliantly animated scences that take the reader from Dillon's tiny pub in rural Corofin to the heart of Dublin.
This beguiling account of Irish life transcends that nation's small shores through the 1/5(1). Whoredom in Kimmage captures some stunning shards of Irish life."--The New York Times Book Review "Whoredom in Kimmage is a superb book, the close and patient observation of a world by a writer whose highly developed consciousness expresses itself with ease, mystery and grace."--New York Newsday.
Whoredom in Kimmage CL Rosemary Mahoney, Author Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author disturbing, yet ultimately hopeful book.
ROSEMARY MAHONEY is the author of Whoredom in Kimmage, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the New York Times Notable Book The Early Arrival of Dreams.
The recipient of a Whiting Writers' Award, she lives in Rhode Island/5(2). Kimmage's working-class lifestyle is recorded in a popular Irish folk song of the same name, covered by the Dubliners. Whoredom in Kimmage is a non-fiction book by Rosemary Mahoney about women in the Ireland of the s.
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Written with the art of a skilled fiction writer whose ear for Irish bluster is pitch-perfect, Whoredom in Kimmage tells the tale of contemporary Irish women through a series of brilliantly animated scences that take the reader from Dillon's tiny pub in rural Corofin to the heart of Dublin.
This beguiling account of Irish life transcends that nation's small shores through the power of /5(). Whoredom’s vignettes are encased in prose so pellucid and evocative that readers may want to stop and reread passages just to savor their rhythms and imagery.” -- John Elson.
The American Spectator: "Whoredom in Kimmage is a delight an exquisitely funny book and it is the only funny feminist book. This page contains details about the Nonfiction book Whoredom in Kimmage by Rosemary Mahoney published in This book is the th greatest Nonfiction book of all time as determined by Mahoney, Rosemary WHOREDOM IN KIMMAGE Irish Women Coming of Age 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover Boston Houghton Mifflin Company Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket.
Seller assumes all responsibility for this Rating: % positive. Get this from a library. Whoredom in Kimmage: Irish women coming of age. [Rosemary Mahoney] -- A study of Irish women taking a more visible role in contemporary society and the obstacles they are facing along the way.
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Click to read more about Whoredom in Kimmage: Irish Women Coming of Age by Rosemary Mahoney. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(2). About A Likely Story. Now in paperback–from the author of the acclaimed Whoredom in Kimmage, a moving, controversial, and supremely intelligent memoir of a bright and vulnerable teenager’s hellish summer job.
InRosemary Mahoney, an aspiring young writer of seventeen, wrote her personal idol Lillian Hellman inquiring whether the famed woman of. " Whoredom in Kimmage is a superb book, the close and patient observation of a world by a writer whose highly developed consciousness expresses itself with ease, mystery, and grace." --New York Newsday " Whoredom in Kimmage is a delight an exquisitely funny book and it is the only funny feminist bookWhoredom in Kimmage: Irish women coming of age Item Preview Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
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