Iris Murdoch Connected: Critical Essays on Her Fiction and Philosophy (Hardback)

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Language: English Brand New Book. This volume compiles twelve essays that reflect the surging interest in the Irish-born author Iris Murdoch as both a writer and philosopher. Beyond her impressive body of philosophical works, Murdoch produced twenty-six novels, several plays, and numerous poems, short stories, and essays during her multifaceted career. The prolific novelist-philosopher has drawn attention from scholars in multiple disciplines, which reflects her range of interests as well as the accessibility of her work from varied perspectives. The first part of the collection focuses on MurdochAEs literary works and approach to art. Frances WhiteAEs opening essay examines the influence of Virginia Woolf on Murdoch, while Elaine Morley deals with attention and ounselfingo in the writerAEs works. Much can be learned from MurdochAEs letters, as Miles Leeson and Anne Rowe demonstrate in their respective contributions. David James explores MurdochAEs influence on fellow Irish writer John Banville. Finally, Pamela Osborn and Rivka Isaacson offer vastly different perspectives on MurdochAEs fourth novel, The Bell , in the two essays that round out the literature-centric half of the collection. Part two highlights concepts in and approaches to MurdochAEs philosophical thought. Tony Milligan writes of the meanings of puritanism and truthfulness in MurdochAEs philosophical writings and essays and in her novel A Fairly Honourable Defeat . Juli n JimUnez HeffernanAEs contribution centers on MurdochAEs confrontation with the notion of contingency. Using the philosophical lens of metaxu , Kate Larson suggests a new approach to MurdochAEs thought by looking at it in relation to that of Simone Weil. Paul Martens locates the similarities of structure in MurdochAEs The Black Prince and Sdegreeren KierkegaardAEs Fear and Trembling . Lastly, Matthew Martinuk delves into the affinity of thought between Charles Taylor and Murdoch. By examining both MurdochAEs influences and those she has influenced, Iris Murdoch Connected constructs complex new understandings of this formidable writerAEs vast contributions to literature and philosophy. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : This volume compiles twelve essays that reflect the surging interest in the Irish-born author Iris Murdoch as both a writer and philosopher. Beyond her impressive body of philosophical works, Murdoch produced twenty-six novels, several plays, and numerous poems, short stories, and essays during her multifaceted career. The prolific novelist-philosopher has drawn attention from scholars in multiple disciplines, which reflects her range of interests as well as the accessibility of her work from varied perspectives. The first part of the collection focuses on MurdochAEs literary works and approach to art. Frances WhiteAEs opening essay examines the influence of Virginia Woolf on Murdoch, while Elaine Morley deals with attention and ounselfingo in the writerAEs works. Much can be learned from MurdochAEs letters, as Miles Leeson and Anne Rowe demonstrate in their respective contributions. David James explores MurdochAEs influence on fellow Irish writer John Banville. Finally, Pamela Osborn and Rivka Isaacson offer vastly different perspectives on MurdochAEs fourth novel, The Bell , in the two essays that round out the literature-centric half of the collection. Part two highlights concepts in and approaches to MurdochAEs philosophical thought. Tony Milligan writes of the meanings of puritanism and truthfulness in MurdochAEs philosophical writings and essays and in her novel A Fairly Honourable Defeat . Juli n JimUnez HeffernanAEs contribution centers on MurdochAEs confrontation with the notion of contingency. Using the philosophical lens of metaxu , Kate Larson suggests a new approach to MurdochAEs thought by looking at it in relation to that of Simone Weil. Paul Martens locates the similarities of structure in MurdochAEs The Black Prince and Sdegreeren KierkegaardAEs Fear and Trembling . Lastly, Matthew Martinuk delves into the affinity of thought between Charles Taylor and Murdoch. By examining both MurdochAEs influences and those she has influenced, Iris Murdoch Connected constructs complex new understandings of this formidable writerAEs vast contributions to literature and philosophy.

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