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by Mary Kenny
Author: Mary Kenny
Publisher: Michael Joseph Ltd (February 16, 1981)
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Mary Kenny (born 4 April 1944, in Dublin, Ireland) is an Irish author, broadcaster, playwright and journalist. She is a frequent columnist for the Irish Independent. She was a founding member of the Irish Women's Liberation Movement. Mary Kenny grew up in Sandymount, and was expelled from convent school at age 16. She had a sister, Ursula.