Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark (1962-06-01)

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    1. Miss Jean Brodie est une institutrice peu conventionnelle, un peu trop libre, - et de ce fait mal vue par sa direction - qui s'est constitué un petit cercle de protégées sur qui elle exercera une influence durable.'The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie' est souvent présenté comme le chef d'oeuvre de Muriel Spark. La lecture est assurément agréable et l'on apprécie, comme toujours, l'humour de son auteur; mais je trouve la renommée de ce petit livre un brin exagérée: le récit est trop dispers [...]

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    2. Vous connaissez peut-être Muriel Spark comme l’auteur d’un petit livre divertissant sans prétention littéraire, un “bonbon” typiquement anglais. Il faudra revoir cette image. D’une part, Mrs Spark n’est pas anglaise mais écossaise, et de surcroît catholique, comme Chesterton et Waugh, qui ne la tenait pas en mince estime. Elle est donc, et à double titre, excentrique par rapport à la culture anglo-anglaise dont on pourrait la croire issue, celle de Wodehouse entre autres. Sur [...]

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    3. Intéressant, profond et fouillé quoique assez court. La technique d'écriture est intéressante, tout comme le personnage de Miss Brodie et l'univers de cette école pour filles des années 30.

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    4. Très joli livre que j'ai eu à lire pour la fac. Je travaille sur cette oeuvre très intéressante.

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    5. I thought a lot about popular teachers I've had. How charming they can be, how cool and inclusive they can be, and how they have the strong tendency to be tremendous arses.I adored Miss Jean Brodie. Her fun and artistic atmosphere is a haze around her personality warts, like a keen fascination for twentieth century fascism. Her enlightened diatribes underscore a sharp pettiness, and her five favorite pupils shape their lives in accordance to, and reaction against, her philosophies that can be bo [...]

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    6. In The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, a charismatic teacher, and the ultimate effect of her influence, is shown through the fate, past experiences, and memories of her former students; especially the one who "betrayed" her, Sandy or Sister Helena.Most of the story takes place in Edinburgh, Scotland, at the Marcia Blaine School for Girls. There, in 1930, in spite of the school's fish bowl environment, a teacher, who repeatedly proclaims her prime, creates for herself, with six 10 year old pupils, a s [...]

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    7. Miss Jean Brodie is a teacher at a school for girls in Edinburgh, Scotland, in the 1930's. Her favorite students, six girls called the Brodie set by most of the school, are the focus of her life. Her unusual teaching methods have created problems with school staff and administration.I loved this book! Very short at 132 pages, but the characters were so intriguing, and the story was wonderful. Especially Miss Brodie - a complicated and flawed woman. Really fine writing and I recommend it.

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    8. This is possibly the perfect Muriel Spark book, compact and devastating and funny. Accessible storytelling with that threatening menacing undertone Spark did so well.If you want an education in how the movie and novel mediums differ and what works best in each, read this and compare to the genius movie that was based on it.

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    9. When this novel was published decades ago the Los Angeles Times called it "perfect." I agree. It's short, but satisfying, full of well-wrought characters and placed in a compelling interesting pre-World War II time period, in Scotland. As an author, Muriel Spark makes use of repetition better than any writers I can recall.A bonus: if anyone has seen the 1969 movie adapted from the book and starring Maggie Smith, you will hear her voice as you read.

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