The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie - Muriel Spark Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141181427 / Author: Muriel Spark / Genre: Fiction / She was a schoolmistress with a difference. Proud, cultured, romantic, her ... more
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie - Muriel Spark ... ideas were progressive, even shocking. And when she decided to transform a group of young girls under her tutelage into the creme de la creme of Marcia Blaine school, no one could have predicted the outcome.
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by - written on 23/01/12, updated on 20/02/13 (Useful, 43 readings)
Many years ago I can remember watching `The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie` as a series on TV, so when I saw this book for sale in my local charity shop I decided to buy it.I can remember Miss Brodie being a schoolmistress with a slightly dodgy accent in the series and I remember that I enjoyed each episode and always looked forward to the next. The book did not disappoint me as I could not put it down once I started reading it. I think you can get so much more from a story when you read it as a book than you can from a TV series or a film. The story is set in an all girls school in the early 1930`s with Miss Brodie being an unusual teacher in that she does not teach ... Read the complete review
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