Dame Muriel Spark


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Noun1.Dame Muriel Spark - Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918)
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NICOLA Sturgeon will join writers Alexander McCall Smith and Ian Rankin at an event to celebrate the life of author Dame Muriel Spark.
He said the city is well known as the birthplace of literary giants from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson and Sir Walter Scott to Dame Muriel Spark and Irvine Welsh.
Synopsis: Dame Muriel Spark, DBE (1 February 1918--13 April 2006)[1] was an award-winning Scottish novelist who had a literary career that spanned from the late 1940s until her death in 2006, and included poems, stories, plays, essays, and, most notably, novels.
Give me a child at an impressionable age and that child is mine for life," observed Dame Muriel Spark, the British novelist.
Singer Gene Pitney, 66' June, youngest of The Pointer Sisters, 52' The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie novelist Dame Muriel Spark, 88' first man to fly at twice the speed of sound Scott Crossfield, 84' economist J K Galbraith, 97.
Scottish-born novelist Dame Muriel Spark died on Thursday (13 April) in Tuscany at the age of 88.
Tributes have been paid to writer Dame Muriel Spark, who has died in Italy.
DAME Muriel Spark, who wrote the novel The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, has died in Italy aged 88.