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Ian McEwan

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 176
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New British Fiction

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15 January 2010

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This introduction to the work of Ian McEwan places his fiction in historical and theoretical context. It explores his biography, literary techniques and the issues of ethics and representation. Including a timeline of key...

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This introduction to the work of Ian McEwan places his fiction in historical and theoretical context. It explores his biography, literary techniques and the issues of ethics and representation. Including a timeline of key dates and an interview with the author it also offers an overview of the critical reception McEwan's work has provoked.

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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 has provoked


General Editor's Preface .- Preface.- Acknowledgements .- List of Abbreviations.- PART I: INTRODUCTION .- Timeline.- Introduction.- A Biographical Reading.- PART II: MAJOR WORKS
The Cement Garden
and The Comfort of Strangers
The Child in Time
 
The Innocent
and Black Dogs
Enduring Love

Amsterdam
and On Chesil Beach
Atonement
 
Saturday

PART III: CRITICISM AND CONTEXTS
Author Interview
Other Writings
Critical Reception
Further Reading and Bibliography
Index.
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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).

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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).

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