NR Daily: Lovely and Savage: Muriel Spark’s ‘Girls of Slender Means’

Muriel Spark on personal morality after social crisis
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April 25 2020
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Madeleine Kearns

Lovely and Savage: Muriel Spark's 'Girls of Slender Means'

Muriel Spark in the novel depicts the need for individuals to make moral choices in a society recovering from ...   READ MORE

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