The Deceptions of Muriel Spark (Signed copy)
Signed by Irving Malin to Morton N Cohen, even suggesting it be passed on to Muriel Spark.
Offprint, pp95–107, stapled binding.
This copy comes from the library of Professor Morton Cohen, the eminent Lewis Carroll scholar and has been signed to him by the author to the front cover, "Mort, Hello again, Irving. I though that you' be especially interested in this essay, if you want to, you can even pass it on to MS [Muriel Spark]. Congratulations on the promotion!"
An essay on religious themes in the novels of Muriel Spark. Issued as an offprint from The Vision Obscured: Perceptions of Some Twentieth Century Catholic Novelists. The author was an American literary critic.
Good condition, the whole has been folded once vertically and there is light wear to the edges. Quite an uncommon piece of literary criticism.
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