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Michael Campbell

(1924—1984)


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(1924–1984),

journalist and novelist. Born in Dublin and educated at TCD, he became Irish Times correspondent in London. After Peter Perry (1956), set in shabby-genteel Dublin art circles, and Mary ...

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