ald7th wrote:jivedot wrote:I recently read A Kestrel For A Knave and The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie for my own enjoyment, but since them I've had to stick to relevant books for my essays (I'm currently at university). I'm really looking forward to getting them done though so that I can read E. M. Forster's Maurice, and then get a dvd of the film !
We're reading The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie for one of my English classes! Just finished it for the discussion tomorrow. Quite a good one--have you read any other of Muriel Spark's works? If so, I'd love to hear your recommendations!
sorry, I haven't read any others, but I'd really like to though. Let me know if you do ! I just found Jean Brodie in a library and thought I'd give her a go. I wish I had an English class to discuss it with, it's a book that definitely seems worth talking and thinking about. I miss studying English Literature