The Book and the Brotherhood: A Story about Love and Friendship and Marxism (Penguin Fiction)

The Book and the Brotherhood: A Story about Love and Friendship and Marxism (Penguin Fiction)

Iris Murdoch


A tale approximately love and friendship and Marxism

Many years in the past Gerard Hernshaw and his associates “commissioned” one in every of their quantity to write down a political book.

Time passes and critiques switch. “Why should still we move on helping a booklet which we detest?” Rose Curtland asks. “The brotherhood of Western intellectuals as opposed to the publication of history,” Jenkin Riderhood indicates. The robbery of a spouse additional embroils the placement. ethical indignation needs to be separated from political disagreement.

Tamar Hernshaw has a distinct hassle and a poor mystery. Can one die of disgrace? In one other region a suicide pact turns out the answer. Duncan Cambus thinks that because it is a tragedy, a person needs to die. a person dies. Rose, who has long gone on loving with out desire, at the least merits a present.

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