The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark

About the book

She was a schoolmistress with a difference. Proud, cultured, romantic, her ideas were progressive, even shocking. And when she decided to transform a group of young girls under her tutelage into the “creme de la creme” of Marcia Blaine school, no one could have predicted the outcome.

Reviewed by Sutton Scotney

An eccentric teacher in the Thirties who had her own method of teaching and not very popular with the headmistress who did her utmost to get rid of her. It wasn’t too bad but not for me”

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