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Set in a part of London where struggling writers rub shoulders with successful bookies, and film starlets with frantic philosophers. The hero, Jake Donaghue, is captivated by a majestic philosopher, Hugo Belfounder, whose profound reflections prompt the title - under the net of language.
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"Under the Net announces the emergence of a brilliant talent " (Times Literary Supplement)
"Of all the novelists that have made their bow since the war she seems to me to be the most remarkable-behind her books one feels a power of intellect quite exceptional in a novelist" (Sunday Times)
"A dazzling story, light and comic in touch" (The Times)
"Iris Murdoch has imposed her alternative world on us as surely as Christopher Columbus or Graham Greene" (Sunday Times)
"This is a comedy with that touch of ferocity about it which makes for excitement" (Elizabeth Jane Howard)
The debut novel from one of the most remarkable writers of the 20th century.
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