The Green Knight

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Viking, 1994 - Fiction - 472 pages
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The Cain and Abel of this intricately plotted story, full of humor, suspense, and symbolism, are the half-brothers Graffe. Lucas' attempts to murder his brother are interrupted by a stranger whom Lucas strikes and leaves for dead, and their lives are fatally disrupted when the stranger mysteriously reappears and demands reparation.

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User Review  - Johanna - Goodreads

I liked it - of course. I love how she writes. The strength in this one is character drawing. They are all interesting and recognisable. And the plot is Ok - a little ambitious. The Cane and Abel ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dariosk - Goodreads

The book starts with two ladies chatting about people that doesn't seem to matter much. Regrettably, that's enough to turn me off... If it starts like that what are the chances of it getting better? Read full review

Contents

IDEALCHILDREN
70
MERCY
295
EROS
366
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About the author (1994)

Iris Murdoch was one of the twentieth century's most prominent novelists, winner of the Booker Prize for The Sea. She died in 1999.

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