Muriel Spark

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Noun1.Muriel Spark - Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918)
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1969 - The film premiere of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie starring Maggie Smith , above, based on the novel by Edinburgh novelist Muriel Spark.
In addition, Polygon said it will publish Appointment in Arezzo: A Friendship with Muriel Spark by Alan Taylor in November 2017.
FYI: My answer would be The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark.
Introduction: 'I Don't Know Anything about Freud': Muriel Spark Meets Contemporary Criticism.
HUDDERSFIELD Thespians |were hard at work in rehearsals for their latest production - The Prime Of Miss Jean Brody - taken from the novel by Muriel Spark.
National and Religious Identity in the Work of David Jones, Evelyn Waugh and Muriel Spark
Potter is particularly good on the theme of sacramentalism that pervades Helena and much of Waugh's work, as well as Spark's: "Arrival in Jerusalem, therefore, from a Catholic perspective, as expounded by Evelyn Waugh and Muriel Spark, is not a rejection of worldly identities in favor of the spiritual, but an arrival at a sense of the inclusion of the physical and spiritual worlds in each other" (137).
Most of my Scottish friends can quote huge chunks of Burns, and would have spent their English lessons studying many of their own other greats - Edwin Muir and Edwin Morgan, Sir Walter Scott, Muriel Spark and many more.
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.
Two well-known writers Kingsley Amis and Muriel Spark started their literary careers with booklets of their poems paying for the printing themselves.
Murray's The Traveler Returned, sovereign law and bare life in Bleak House, the remedy of law, sexual harassment, the "devadasi," the legal performances of Georgia Weldon, Harper Lee versus Fannie Flagg, the anti-detective fiction of Muriel Spark, Derrida on the "democratic right to say anything," law and literature in the nuclear age, authorship and the work of Vergilio Ferreira, and a definition of defamation and privacy law.
Which film, based on a Muriel Spark novel, victory in the 1981 Grand National by Bob won Maggie Smith her first Academy Award in Champion?