Degrees of relation: Iris Murdoch and A. S. Byatt: a narratological comparison
Iris Murdoch and Her Work assembles eighteen essays on the work of Iris Murdoch by scholars whose researches on Murdoch are already well-known. The book explores different aspects of Murdoch's work including her philosophy and fiction and focuses on a wide variety of issues ranging from reading Murdoch as a "fabulator" to the central role Murdoch plays in the "ethical turn". Approaching Murdoch's work from multiple perspectives, this book is of interest for Murdoch scholars and literature and philosophy students as well as for general readers.
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