October 14

This Day at the New Yorker

        
If you choose the sort of life which has no conventional pattern you have to try to make an art of it, or it is a mess. ~ Muriel Spark

The New Yorker publishes The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark on this day in 1961.
It was later published as a novel and was adapted fro the stage and screen.



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