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A Critical Analysis of the Depiction of Reality in Muriel Spark's Fiction
|Title:||A Critical Analysis of the Depiction of Reality in Muriel Spark's Fiction|
|Issue Date:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Lou said to Raymond, 'Do you know, there's something in what they say about the bog oak statue in the church.' 'There may be,' said Raymond. 'People say so.' Lou could not tell him how she had petitioned the removal of Oxford St. John. But when she got a letter from Henry Pierce to say he was improving, she told Raymond, 'You see, we asked for Henry to get back the Faith, and so he did. Now we ask for his recovery and he's improving.'|
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