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by Nell McCafferty
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Nell McCafferty's achievement as a journalist has been inseparable from feminism. Peggy Deery: A Derry Family at War. Nell. As a feminist she has written from the point of view of women who have very little stake in the world as it is. The women's movement has set itself the task of creating a new perspective on almost everything in people's lives, not just of achieving concessions from time to time. The new perspective is much easier to present in the relatively direct world of journalism than it is in the often stifling machinery of politics.
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McCafferty was a founding member of the Irish Women's Liberation .
McCafferty was a founding member of the Irish Women's Liberation Movement. Her journalistic writing on women and women's rights reflected her beliefs on the status of women in Irish society Irish author Colm Tóibín commended Nell McCafferty's impact on Ireland as a journalist and a feminist: Nell McCafferty's achievement as a journalist has been inseparable from feminism.
Nell McCafferty traces the story of the Northern Irish troubles and the courage shown by ordinary people in withstanding the wars waged against them. No current Talk conversations about this book.
Peggy Deery: A Derry Family at War. Nell (Penguin, 2004). McCafferty published her autobiography, Nell, in 2004. Bibliography Personal life. The Irish Times wrote that "Nell's distinctive voice, both written and spoken, has a powerful and provocative place in Irish society. In it, she explores her upbringing in Derry, her relationship with her parents, her fears about being gay, the joy of finding a domestic haven with the love of her life, the Irish writer Nuala O'Faolain, and the pain of losing i. .