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Author:
David Herman
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978-0801895531
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0801895537
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Johns Hopkins University Press; Revised ed. edition (June 1, 2010)
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Muriel Spark: Twenty-Firs. has been added to your Cart. David Herman is a professor of English at the Ohio State University. He has published widely on narrative theory, modern and postmodern fiction, and storytelling across media.

Muriel Spark: Twenty-Firs. Series: A Modern Fiction Studies Book.

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Dame Muriel Spark-the highly acclaimed Scottish writer-published over twenty. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

A Modern Fiction Studies Book. Fantasies of State, Security, and Terrorism.

David Herman, ‘ A Salutary Scar : Muriel Spark’s Desegregated Art in the Twenty-First Century’, Modern .

David Herman, ‘ A Salutary Scar : Muriel Spark’s Desegregated Art in the Twenty-First Century’, Modern Fiction Studies, 54:3 (2008), 473–86, (p. 473–4). CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 51. Marina MacKay, ‘Muriel Spark and the Meaning of Treason’, Modern Fiction Studies, 54:3 (2008), 505–22, (p. 506). 52. Muriel Spark, The Comforters (London: Virago, 2009), pp. 34–5.

The Best Books by Muriel Spark. Muriel Spark was a unique voice of the 20th century. recommended by Alan Taylor. Appointment in Arezzo: A Friendship with Muriel Spark by Alan Taylor. Why should we continue to read her work in 2018? First of all: if you want to be a writer, I can’t think of a better place to start than to read the work of Muriel Spark. Apart from anything else, apart from what her novels say and apart from how entertaining they are, she writes so beautifully.

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Muriel Spark: Perspectives. Dame Muriel Spark-the highly acclaimed Scottish writer-published over twenty novels and more than a dozen short-story collections from the late 1950s until her death in 2006.

Dame Muriel Sarah Spark DBE, CLit, FRSE, FRSL (née Camberg; 1 February 1918 – 13 April 2006) was a Scottish novelist, short story writer, poet and essayist. Muriel Camberg was born in the Bruntsfield area of Edinburgh, the daughter of Bernard Camberg, an engineer, and Sarah Elizabeth Maud (née Uezzell). Her father was Jewish, and came from Lithuania (part of the Russian Empire at the time) and her mother had been raised a Presbyterian, as was Muriel

A Critical Introduction.

A Critical Introduction. The widespread use of electronic communication at the dawn of the twenty-first century has created a global context for our interactions, transforming the ways we relate to the world and to one another. In Fictio. oxall traverses a vast terrain, offering compelling close readings of more than a dozen novelists and connecting them with dozens more from around theworld. His prose is lush and lyrical, his readings subtle and intellectually demanding.

Dame Muriel Spark―the highly acclaimed Scottish writer―published over twenty novels and more than a dozen short-story collections from the late 1950s until her death in 2006. Two of her novels, The Public Image and Loitering with Intent, were short-listed for the Booker Prize, and another, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, was made into an Academy Award–winning movie. David Herman here assembles an international group of scholars to contexualize and analyze Spark's works, highlighting the continuing relevance of her texts in the twenty-first century.

With three new essays and a reworked introduction by the editor, this volume expands a special issue of Modern Fiction Studies dedicated to Spark and her writings. Organized thematically into three parts, the volume includes essays that consider Spark as both Scottish and world author, situate Spark in the broader contexts of postwar culture, and offer exemplary readings of specific works from various critical perspectives.

A resource for students and scholars alike, this volume provides information about Spark’s oeuvre while also featuring current, theoretically informed interpretations of individual texts.