In Appointment in Arezzo, Alan Taylor describes his friendship with Muriel Spark, one of the greatest novelists of the twentieth century. From 1990 to her death in 2006, he often visited at her home in Tuscany, and they exchanged countless letters. Alan was thus given a unique insight to a woman who not only created a certain Miss Jean Brodie in her prime, but whose long life - she was born 100 years ago - was at least as fascinating and full of incident as those of the wonderful characters she created.
The John Gray Centre
15 Lodge Street
Automatic door; public/disabled/changing places/baby changing toilet; all on one level, ground floor. Parking available in the Council car park close by.