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Julian Barnes

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 192
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New British Fiction

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15 December 2008

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15 December 2008

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This comprehensive introduction places the work of Julian Barnes into historical and theoretical context. Including a timeline of key dates, this guide explores his characteristic literary techniques, offers extensive...

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This comprehensive introduction places the work of Julian Barnes into historical and theoretical context. Including a timeline of key dates, this guide explores his characteristic literary techniques, offers extensive readings of all ten novels and provides an overview of the varied critical reception his work has provoked.

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A comprehensive and accessible introduction to all of Barnes's publications to date
Includes a timeline of important dates to help place new British fiction in context
Provides an overview of the varied critical reception his work has provoked

PART I: INTRODUCTION Timeline.- Introduction.- A Biographical Reading.- PART II: MAJOR WORKS Metroland, and Arthur& George.- Flaubert's Parrot, A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters and England, England.- Before She Met Me, Talking it Over and Love, etc.- Staring at the Sun and The Porcupine.- PART III: CRITICISM AND CONTEXTS Critical Reception.- Notes.- Bibliography.
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FREDERICK M. HOLMES is Professor of English at Lakehead University, Ontario, Canada. He has taught Julian Barnes's fiction at graduate level and is the author of The Historical Imagination: Postmodernism and the Treatment of the Past in Contemporary British Fiction.

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FREDERICK M. HOLMES is Professor of English at Lakehead University, Ontario, Canada. He has taught Julian Barnes's fiction at graduate level and is the author of The Historical Imagination: Postmodernism and the Treatment of the Past in Contemporary British Fiction.

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