IRIS AND HER FRIENDS, a Memoir of Memory and Desire [Iris Murdoch]

By: John Bayley

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IRIS AND HER FRIENDS, a Memoir of Memory and Desire [Iris Murdoch] by John Bayley
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W W Norton, New York - first edition, 2000. hardcover, 7 1/4" x 5 1/2", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Cream publisher's boards with gold type to fawn quarter-bound spine linen, dark-green endpapers, photographic frontispiece (Author & Iris Murdoch), photographic portrait of Murdoch to Contents page. John Bayley began writing this book late at night while his wife, the beloved novelist Iris Murdoch, succumbed to Alzheimer's Disease. In a Proustian irony, as Iris was losing her memory, Bayley was flooded with vivid recollections of his own - an inverse relationship that has created literature of the most extraordinary resonance. In writing of Iris, Bayley reveals much of himself, avoiding the gloom associated with his family tragedy.

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