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An Inconvenient Woman: Sinead O’Connor

Lucy O'Brien, Guardian, The, 26 April 1997

Sinead O’Connor bothers people. American audiences were outraged when she shunned their national anthem, the pop establishment was vindictive when she refused a Brit, and her run-ins with the Catholic Church are legendary. Why should she worry? She has a new daughter and a new record — and at last she’s at peace with the world.

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