Prime of Miss Jean Brodie author's books republished
Muriel Spark's novels are being republished to mark the centenary of her birth in Edinburgh.
Muriel Spark's novels will be republished to mark the centenary of the Edinburgh author's birth.
Spark, author of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, was born in 1918 and died at the age of 88 in 2006.
A year-long programme of events will run from November, starting with the republication of her 22 novels.
A series of events are also planned by Creative Scotland and the National Library of Scotland to mark her centenary. groups to develop new work as part of the centenary year.
Muriel Spark 100 chairwoman Jenny Niven said: "There is so much to explore in Ms Spark's work, from her incisive commentary, to her startling poetry, to her ability to effortlessly weave folk tradition with biting satire.
"It's a particularly interesting time too to consider her legacy, as a Scottish writer who was fiercely international in her approach and who broke through a great many barriers in her career.
"It's testament to her range and relevance that so many Scottish organisations will engage with her work and legacy throughout 2018 and we are looking forward enormously to this varied and unusual programme."