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The first was that it exhibited a descent, surprising in so "intellectual" a writer, to the preoccupations and the language of women's magazines. " Now it is true that the success of the book is not uniform throughout, but to speak of that kind of "descent" was possible only to those who took literally what was intended as irony, who ascribed to the author preoccupations and language of which the whole point is that they testify to the limitations of the characters. ") And that same inattention to significant detail probably accounts for the failure to notice that the novel's many characters are, in fact, sharply distinct from each other.
New York: Signet (New American Library). 75. A Charmed Life. New York: Signet. 75. The Company She Keeps. New York: Harvest (Harcourt, Brace, and World). 95. The Group. New York: Signet. 95. The Groves of Academe. New York: Signet. 75. Memories of a Catholic Girlhood. New York: Berkeley. 75. The Stones of Florence. New York: Harvest. 35. Venice Observed. New York: Harvest. 35. 46 Selected Bibliography Bibliography Goldman, Sherli Evens. Mary McCarthy: A Bibliography. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1968.
Warren, a beautifully realized comic character who listens with enormous respect to the "deep" talk of people like Martha and seems created to be her butt, turns out to be her very counterpart in what matters most. What he is and what the others are and, indeed, what the whole story is about is suggested in a delightful discussion of Racine's Berenice which is read aloud at that fateful New Leeds party. This play, in which the newly crowned emperor Titus must renounce forever his beloved Hebrew queen because a Roman may not marry a foreign monarch, is a tragedy about the conflict between love and duty.