The Bell (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics)

The Bell (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics)

Iris Murdoch


A lay neighborhood of completely mixed-up humans is encamped outdoor Imber Abbey, domestic of an order of sequestered nuns. a brand new bell is being put in while by surprise the outdated bell, a mythical image of faith and magic, is rediscovered. after which issues start to switch. in the meantime the clever previous Abbess watches and prays and routines discreet authority. and everybody, or virtually each person, hopes to be kept, no matter what which can suggest. initially released in 1958, this humorous, unhappy, and relocating novel is ready faith, intercourse, and the struggle among stable and evil.

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