Iris: a memoir of Iris Murdoch

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Duckworth, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 189 pages
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In this memoir, Bayley describes the life he has shared with his wife, Iris Murdoch, afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. He explains how he has coped emotionally and practically with the illness that has beset the woman he loves and cherishes.

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Review: Iris: A Memoir of Iris Murdoch (The Iris Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

Reading this feels like a betrayal of privacy. Is it really OK for a husband to expose his wife's private life when she no longer retains the mental capacity to defend herself? Not only is this memoir ... Read full review

Review: Iris: A Memoir of Iris Murdoch (The Iris Trilogy #1)

User Review  - James Miller - Goodreads

It is rare that I find a film better than a book, but I began to find the air of faintly inferior self-deprecation by Bayley (as an Oxford professor it is safe to assume this is at least somewhat ... Read full review

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