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July 22 , 2010

Ready Reference Treatise: The Black Prince


“The Black Prince” by Iris Murdoch was first published in the year 1973. It was the author’s fifteenth novel. The title alludes to Hamlet.

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It is regarded as one of the best novels written by Iris Murdoch. The book won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize in the year of its publication.

Like most of her other novels, “The Black Prince” was highly successful, and it was deeply admired by both readers and reviewers.

“The Black Prince” has a unique narrative structure. There is a central story bookended by forewords post-scripts by characters within the story.

Bradley Pearson, and ageing London author, is the central character. The book basically describes a period of the London author’s later life.

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