The Girls of Slender Means (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
144
Utgivningsdatum
2018-02-08
Upplaga
Centenary Edition
Förlag
Polygon An Imprint of Birlinn Limited
Medarbetare
Goring, Rosemary (introd.)/Taylor, Alan (series ed.)
Dimensioner
135 x 206 x 15 mm
Vikt
254 g
ISBN
9781846974311
The Girls of Slender Means (inbunden)

The Girls of Slender Means

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London, 1945. The girls of slender means are the residents of the May of Teck Club, a genteel yet rather shabby boarding house established for the `social protection of ladies of slender means below the age of thirty years'. The novel concerns their everyday affairs over a period of a few weeks before a shocking event transforms their lives. This is one of the 22 novels written by Muriel Spark in her lifetime. All are being published by Polygon in hardback Centenary Editions between November 2017 and September 2018.
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Muriel Spark was born in Edinburgh in 1918. A poet, essayist, biographer and novelist, she won much international praise, including being twice shortlisted for the Booker Prize. The Times placed her eighth in its list of the Fifty Greatest British Writers Since 1945. She died in Tuscany in 2006. Rosemary Goring was born in Dunbar and studied social and economic history at the University of St Andrews. She was the literary editor of Scotland on Sunday, followed by a brief spell as editor of Life & Work, the Church of Scotland's magazine, before returning to newspapers as literary editor of the Herald, and later also of the Sunday Herald. In 2007 she published Scotland: The Autobiography: 2000 Years of Scottish History By Those Who Saw it Happen, which has since been published in America and Russia. Rosemary's first novel was After Flodden.