Muriel Spark

The Informed Air

Fiction by Muriel Spark

With a contribution by Penelope Jardine

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A Good Comb

Nonfiction by Muriel Spark

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The Bachelors

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Loitering with Intent

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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The Ballad of Peckham Rye

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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A Far Cry from Kensington

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Memento Mori

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Territorial Rights

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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The Driver’s Seat

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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The Comforters

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Curriculum Vitae: A Volume Of Autobiography

Nonfiction by Muriel Spark

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Not to Disturb

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Symposium

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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All The Poems of Muriel Spark

Poetry by Muriel Spark

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Ghost Stories

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Robinson

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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All the Stories of Muriel Spark

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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A Far Cry from Kensington

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Memento Mori

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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The Ballad of Peckham Rye

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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The Girls of Slender Means

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Open to the Public

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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Abbess of Crewe

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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The Comforters

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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The Driver’s Seat

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The Public Image

Fiction by Muriel Spark

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A major twentieth-century writer and an extraordinary and unique talent: her gifts were unusual—a piercing eye; an acute ear; an incisive, often caustic wit; a voice so distinctive; and a style so inimitable.

The Chicago Tribune

Surely the most engaging, most tantalizing writer we have.

—Frank Kermode, The London Review of Books

The most original and innovative British novelist.

New York Review of Books

A wonderful writer.

—James Wood

Completely sick. In all the right ways.

—Tilda Swinton
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