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United States satirical novelist and literary critic (1912-1989)

United States politician who unscrupulously accused many citizens of being Communists (1908-1957)

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He was a cheeky chap and he wouldn't have been slow to say, 'That cabinet is for Liam MacCarthy, I'm putting it in there'."
MacCarthy sees her task as putting living flesh on the biscuity bones of Herr Meister Gropius, too often seen as the archetypal humourless Teuton.
While researching the Battle of Newtownbutler, Graham became fascinated with Justin MacCarthy (1638-94), the Lord of Mountcashel.
While not exactly modernist, the carvings, in Fiona MacCarthy's words, "must in their time and setting have appeared startlingly raw, crude, primitive and in a very particular sense functional" (124).
As in previous years, Charles MacCarthy's strategy for this year's exhibition, titled '40 days, 40 works', was predicated on a mixture of careful planning and chance.
"We even encourage using our pumpkin scoop batter to make Pumpkin Whoppie Pies with the cream cheese frosting--a great holiday treat and impulse buy," O'Leary MacCarthy says.
She includes a broad range of musicians: Maud MacCarthy (1882-1967), Edward Elgar (1857-1934), Gustav Holst (1874-1934), Amy Woodforde-Finden (1860-1919), Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji (1892-1988), and John Foulds (1880-1939).
Rosenbaum also wanted to provide a thorough history of the Club, from its origins in Molly MacCarthy's 1920 invitation to a number of friends to its "definitive end" with the death of Clive Bell in 1964.
WRIGHT Hassall employee and para-equestrian rider Ruth MacCarthy is riding high after qualifying for the UK Para Winter National Championships.
Mona (Jacobson) MacCarthy, 89Worcester, MA - Mona Jacobson MacCarthy, of Wyomissing, PA, died Friday, December 5, 2014, at the Phoebe Berks Health Care Center in Wernersville, Pennsylvania, after brief illness.
By Fiona MacCarthy. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2012.
Particular essay topics include Flannery O'Conner, Cormac MacCarthy's The Road and "zombies of the New South," religious fall in Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury, sexuality and insanity in Tennesee Williams' Suddenly Last Summer, double murder in Toni Morrison's Beloved, and more.
As Ita MacCarthy notes in Women and the Making of Poetry in Ariosto's Furioso, "Nubile daughters, especially, were to be detained at home and under close surveillance, since the guarding of a daughter's chastity was the primary business of the Renaissance matriarch".
He has been nominated to head the Department of Energy, where he previously served as undersecretary during the Clinton administration between 1997 and early 2001.The US Senate must confirm Moniz's appointment as well as that of Gina MacCarthy whom Obama nominated to run the Environmental Protection Agency.
Fiona MacCarthy's 629-page The Last Pre-Raphaelite: Edward Burne-Jones and the Victorian Imagination (Harvard, 2012) subsumes a myriad of dramatic details into a sweeping narrative of Burne-Jones's artistic, marital, and emotional life, and the social and artistic networks in which he lived.