A woman’s folly

24 June 2011 | , ,

In this oblique way, she began to sense what went to the makings of Miss Brodie who had elected herself to grace in so particular a way and with more exotic suicidal enchantment than if she had simply taken to drink like other spinsters who couldn’t stand it any more.

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark


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