Muriel Spark

25th May 1960: Scottish-born novelist Muriel Spark makes notes while lying on the floor. Muriel Spark was born in Edinburgh and began writing in the 1960's. Her first books were biographical studies of Wordsworth and Mary Shelley but she is best known for her novels. She became famous after writing 'The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie' (1961) which was made into a successful film. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)
25th May 1960: Scottish-born novelist Muriel Spark makes notes while lying on the floor. Muriel Spark was born in Edinburgh and began writing in the 1960's. Her first books were biographical studies of Wordsworth and Mary Shelley but she is best known for her novels. She became famous after writing 'The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie' (1961) which was made into a successful film. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images)
Muriel Spark
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Evening Standard / Stringer
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3350390
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Hulton Archive
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May 25, 1960
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