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|Title:||Iris Murdoch: Her Philosophy in Two Novels|
|Authors:||Carson, Ann Judith|
|Advisor:||McK., D. J.|
|Keywords:||English;English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>The aim of the thesis is to examine two novels written by Iris Murdoch, The Flight from the Enchanter and A Severed Head, to see how the author put into practice her philosophical theories of literature as explained in several philosophical papers written prior to the novels. The thesis begins by outlining Murdoch's philosophical views and theory of literature, then proceeds to examine the two novels in order to find out how she applied her views to literature. The concluding chapter reviews some of the critics of Murdoch's novels, as well as updating her progress in applying her literary theory and philosopby to her more recent novels.</p>|
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