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    Lynn Wells
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    1403987815
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    Red Globe Press; First edition (January 15, 2010)
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    176 pages
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From the Publisher: The book provides a lucid analysis of all Ian McEwan fiction . Lynn Wells Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Well-known McEwan scholar Peter Childs explores the intricacies of one of McEwan's finest novels.

From the Publisher: The book provides a lucid analysis of all Ian McEwan fiction published to date, from his 1975 debut short stories up to the 2016 novel Nutshell, spanning forty years of his literary career. Apart from a general discussion of McEwan’s works, the study offers a uniform focal point: it concentrates on one of the key issues taken up by the writer – the aspect of relationships between partners and between family members. ISBN: 978-1403987815. The book contains the following

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Ian McEwan (New British . LYNN WELLS is Associate Professor of English, University of Regina, Canada. She has taught Ian McEwan's fiction at both undergraduate and graduate levels and is author of Allegories of Telling: Self-Referential Narrative in Contemporary British Fiction (Rodopi 2003). Series: New British Fiction. Paperback: 176 pages.

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Ian Mcewan The children seem to manage in this perverse setting rather well until Julie brings home a.

On a chilly February day, two old friends meet in the throng outside a London crematorium to pay their last respects to Molly Lane. The children seem to manage in this perverse setting rather well until Julie brings home a boyfriend who threatens their secret by asking too many questions (like what is buried beneath the cement pile, etc), surely threatening the status quo (however morbid) that the children have come to accept as "normal" and as "home". In his triumphant new novel, Ian McEwan, the bestselling author of Atonement, follows an ordinary man through a Saturday whose high promise gradually turns nightmarish.

Ian McEwan born on 21st June 1948 is a very prominent British writer, novelist and screenwriter. Ian McEwan also produced several screenplays as well as a stage play and children’s fiction. He was born in Aldershot, Hampshire although he spent his early childhood in different countries such as Singapore, Germany and Libya. He went to ‘Woolverstone Hall School’ and for further education enrolled in University of Sussex from where he received his Bachelor in English Literature in 1970. His screenplays are ‘Jack Flea’s Birthday Celebrations (1976), ‘The Ploughman’s Lunch’ (1985), ‘Sour Sweet’ (1989) and ‘The Good Son’ (1993).

Author(s): Lynn Wells. Publisher: Red Globe Press. Pages: 176. An introduction to the work of Ian McEwan, that places his fiction in historical and theoretical context Explores McEwan's biography, his hallmark literary techniques and looks at the issues of ethics and representation, focusing particularly on his most recent fiction Includes an interview with the author, a timeline of key dates and an overview of the varied critical reception McEwan's work.

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This books provides students with an introduction to the work of Ian McEwan that places his fiction in historical and theoretical context. It explores his biography and his hallmark literary techniques, and it looks at the issues of ethics and representation, focusing particularly on his most recent fiction. Including a timeline of key dates and an interview with the author, this guide offers an accessible reading of McEwan's work and an overview of the varied critical reception this has provoked.