Adult Nonfiction PR6063.U7 Z583 1999
Summary: In Elegy for Iris, John Bayley recalls his love affair with Dame Iris Murdoch, considered by many to be the greatest living female writer in the English-speaking world, and still a contender for the Nobel Prize. In dreamlike passages John Bayley describes his great love for an entrancing philosopher who literally stole his heart at Oxfords St. Anthony Dance in 1954.
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