The Bishop gave vent to a long-drawn sigh. ‘Did it ever occur to you to wonder why God created women?’ he asked. ‘It’s the one thing that tempts me at times to doubt His infinite goodness and wisdom.’
The odour of sanctity was clearly discernible from his breath and person.
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|Profession:||Novelist, Playwright, Writer|
Mervyn Wall is an Irish writer who was born in Dublin. Wall attended Belvedere College and worked as a civil servant. His wife, Frances Feehan, was a music critic. Wall published novels, short stories and plays, and wrote for a short-lived literary magazine, Ireland Today.
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