Mary McCarthy S Most Celebrated Novel Follows The Lives Of Eight Vassar Graduates, Known Simply To Their Classmates As The Group An Eclectic Mix Of Personalities And Upbringings, They Meet A Week After Graduation To Watch Kay Strong Get Married After The Ceremony, The Women Begin Their Adult Lives Traveling To Europe, Tackling The Worlds Of Nursing And Publishing, And Finding Love And Heartbreak In The Streets Of New York City Through The Years, Some Of The Friends Grow Apart And Some Become Entangled In Each Other S Affairs, But All Vow Not To Become Like Their Mothers And Fathers It Is Only When One Of Them Passes Away That They All Come Back Together Again To Mourn The Loss Of A Friend, A Confidante, And Most Importantly, A Member Of The Group.
Mary McCarthy 1912 1989 was an American literary critic and author of than two dozen books including the 1963 New York Times bestseller The Group Born in Seattle, McCarthy studied at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, and graduated in 1933 After moving to New York City, McCarthy became known for her incisive writing as a contributor to publications such as the Nation, the New Repub
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