Dame Iris Murdoch (3474 words)

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Iris Murdoch had a long and distinguished dual career as a major twentieth-century English novelist and an influential moral philosopher. She was born on 15th July 1919 in Dublin and christened Jean Iris Murdoch. Her father was Wills John Hughes Murdoch who came from sheep-farming stock in Co. Down, Northern Ireland, and her mother …

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White, Frances Clare Patricia. "Dame Iris Murdoch". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 18 November 2006
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Articles on Murdoch's works

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  2. A Severed Head
  3. A Word Child
  4. An Accidental Man
  5. An Unofficial Rose
  6. Henry and Cato
  7. Jackson's Dilemma
  8. The Bell
  9. The Black Prince
  10. The Book and The Brotherhood
  11. The Philosopher's Pupil
  12. The Sea, The Sea
  13. The Time of the Angels
  14. The Unicorn
  15. Under the Net

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