The Liberation of Margaret McCabe

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The Liberation of Margaret McCabe sparkles with humour and truth and, for women, an inescapable sense of deja vu. It is the story of Everywoman looking for her rightful place in the sun. Liberation at last! thinks Margaret McCabe as she leaves her parents' home at the age of thirty-four to move in with her first lover. But, she soon discovers, there is more to liberation than kicking at the traces of an everyday middle-class upbringing. A deliciously funny saga unfolds as Margaret McCabe tries to cope with her querulous ...

The Liberation of Margaret McCabe 1997, Wolfhound Press (IE)

ISBN-13: 9780863270673

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The Liberation of Margaret McCabe 1987, Flamingo, London

ISBN-13: 9780006542193

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The Liberation of Margaret McCabe 1985, Wolfhound Press (IE)

ISBN-13: 9780863270680

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