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6 edition of A Word Child found in the catalog.

A Word Child

by Iris Murdoch

  • 296 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Penguin (Non-Classics) .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7347216M
ISBN 100140081534
ISBN 109780140081534

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My experience with this book was not as good as I had expected/5. A Word Child is the 17th novel by Iris Murdoch. First published in by Chatto and Windus, A Word Child charts the trials and tribulations of the title character, the "word child", Hilary Burde as he attempts to recover his soul from the misery of his troubled past.

Filled in the usual Murdoch style with an array of colourful, fully rounded Author: Iris Murdoch. Nov 26,  · "A Word Child" is written and constructed in this mode. A working class boy and his sister hope to find salvation from their horrible childhood circumstances as orphans through the talent for languages that the boy discovers rather late in school.

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There is an inescapable air of casuistry about Murdoch's plots: it's not hard to imagine her as a 17th-century Jesuit or Jansenist, settling suppositious moral hashes with the most enviable certainty. Here, in one of her rare first person narratives, she gives us Hilary Burde, a fortyish civil servant whose rages and obsessions stem partly from the hideously deprived Calvinist childhood he Phone: () Jan 01,  · The Child's World is an independent, family-owned company that has been publishing books for schools and libraries since We strive to create educational books that children will.

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I usually try to stay away from any kind of review or description of a book just prior to reading, but I had recently come across the fact that this was supposed to be McCarthy's darkest work/5.

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