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April 1, 2003
9781570034992
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From a Tiny Corner in the House of Fiction

Conversations With Iris Murdoch

Edited by Gillian Dooley
From a Tiny Corner in the House of Fiction gathers into a single volume twenty-three interviews with the British novelist and philosopher Dame Iris Murdoch (1919-1999) by some of the last half-century's foremost critics, academics, and journalists. Distinguished interviewers—including the renowned scholar Sir Frank Kermode, the theater critic Harold Hobson, and the writer and broadcaster Jonathan Miller—talk with Murdoch about her life, work, and philosophy.

Reviews

"This book is welcomed by those of us who are Murdoch fans."—Virginia Quarterly Review

"At last a book about Iris Murdoch that directs attention where it should be: her novels."—The Age (Melbourne)

"An excellent collection . . . A significant contribution to the Murdoch canon; one that strengthens Murdoch's enduring voice."—Australian Book Review

University of South Carolina Press

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