Married bliss
Sexuality, Catholicism and modernisation in Ireland, 1940–65
in Impure thoughts
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This chapter discusses Angela MacNamara's promotion of purity, chastity and marriage in her works which were aimed at teenage readers for the Catholic Truth Society of Ireland (CTSI). McNamara's work in the 1960s represents an innovative development within the Catholic sexual discourse.

Impure thoughts

Sexuality, Catholicism and literature in twentieth-century Ireland

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