Dyslexia-friendly Classics - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie: Barrington Stoke Edition

Paperback

Muriel Spark’s classic novel of the power of loyalty and influence now available in a stunning package that is accessible for all readers.

At an Edinburgh school in the 1930s, glamorous, outspoken Miss Jean Brodie is quite certain of her role as teacher: to devote the wisdom of her prime years to six young girls, the creme de la creme, who will receive an education of the most unique kind. Known in school as the infamous Brodie set, the girls are soon entangled in their teacher's world of unconventional ideas and manipulative schemes – destined to live in Miss Brodie's shadow for the rest of their lives. Muriel Spark's timeless and eternally modern novel of power and influence, brought to life for a new age of readers in a stunning dyslexia-friendly edition.

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-924-1

Publication Date

15-02-2020

Format

Paperback

Pages

272 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

Muriel Spark’s classic novel of the power of loyalty and influence now available in a stunning package that is accessible for all readers.

At an Edinburgh school in the 1930s, glamorous, outspoken Miss Jean Brodie is quite certain of her role as teacher: to devote the wisdom of her prime years to six young girls, the creme de la creme, who will receive an education of the most unique kind. Known in school as the infamous Brodie set, the girls are soon entangled in their teacher's world of unconventional ideas and manipulative schemes – destined to live in Miss Brodie's shadow for the rest of their lives. Muriel Spark's timeless and eternally modern novel of power and influence, brought to life for a new age of readers in a stunning dyslexia-friendly edition.

Author

Muriel Spark, Cover design by David Wardle

Dame Muriel Spark was born in Edinburgh in 1918. Her writing career spanned 22 novels and many other works including poetry, essays and short stories. She was twice shortlisted for the Booker Prize and her work received much international acclaim. In 1993 she was made a Dame for services to literature, and in 1998 she received the Golden PEN Award. Later in life she settled in Tuscany, where she died in 2006.