Iris Murdoch and Her Work: Critical Essays

Iris Murdoch and Her Work: Critical Essays
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Iris Murdoch and Her Work assembles eighteen essays on the work of Iris Murdoch by scholars whose researches on Murdoch are already well-known. The book explores different aspects of Murdoch’s work including her philosophy and fiction and focuses on a wide variety of issues ranging from reading Murdoch as a “fabulator” to the central role Murdoch plays in the “ethical turn”. Approaching Murdoch’s work from multiple perspectives, this book is of interest for Murdoch scholars and literature and philosophy students as well as for general readers.

About the author

The editors:

Mustafa Kirca holds his Ph.D. in English Literature from Middle East Technical University in Ankara, where he has been teaching courses in English language and literature. He has recently translated Richard North Patterson’s The Race into Turkish (Başkanlık Yarışı, Artemis 2009), and his Alan Ayckbourn in Chekhov’s Footsteps (ibidem-Verlag) has been published in 2010.
Sule Okuroglu received an MA in English Literature from Middle East Technical University with a thesis on Metafictional Self-Reflexivity. She is currently working on her Ph.D. dissertation entitled “Identity Formation in the Female Writings of South Asian Diaspora in Britain”. As a Research Assistant, she still teaches at Middle East Technical University in Ankara.
The contributors: Bran Nicol, Frances White, A. Clare Brandabur, Gillian M. E. Alban, Fiona Tomkinson, Mukadder Erkan, Neslihan Ekmekcioglu, Göksen Aras, Meryem Ayan, Reyhan Özer, Minnie Mattheew, Indira Nityanandam, Karan Singh Yadav, Jyoti Yadav, Joshua Lobb, Carla Fusco, Farzaneh Naseri-Sis, Ekin Siriner, Ayse Yönkul, and Kübra Cakiroglu.
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„[.] the two essays with which the anthology opens (by Nicol and White) are important markers in the current state of Murdoch studies. Their inclusion makes a noteworthy contribution to contemporary Murdoch scholarship and suggests this volume as essenti


Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage / 2-3 days
Herausgeber/-in Mustafa Kirca, Sule Okuroglu
Anzahl der Seiten 246
Sprache Englisch
Erscheinungsdatum 01.02.2010
Gewicht (kg) 0.3450
ISBN-13 9783838200200