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The Fiction of Ian McEwan

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 184
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Readers' Guides to Essential Criticism

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12 November 2005

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Ian McEwan is one of Britain's most established, and controversial, writers. This book introduces students to a range of critical approaches to McEwan's fiction. Criticism is drawn from selections in academic essays and...

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Ian McEwan is one of Britain's most established, and controversial, writers. This book introduces students to a range of critical approaches to McEwan's fiction. Criticism is drawn from selections in academic essays and articles, and reviews in newspapers, journals, magazines and websites, with editorial comment providing context, drawing attention to key points and identifying differences in critical perspectives. The book features selections from published interviews with Ian McEwan and covers all of the writer's novels to date, including his latest novel Saturday.

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One of the first collections to survey the range of criticism on one of Britain's most successful and widelystudied contemporary novelists
Covers all of the writer's novels to date, including the 00novel Saturday
Includes short extracts and longer discussions from newspaper reviews and scholarly articles

Acknowledgements
Introduction
The Fleshly Grail: First Love, Last Rites
Underworld: In Between the Sheets
A Nice Sleep: The Cement Garden
The Desire to be a Victim: The Comfort of Strangers
True Maturity: The Child in Time
No Different From You: The Innocent
Ça Suffit: Black Dogs
Rationality is Its Own Kind of Innocence: Enduring Love
Their Reasonable Laws: Amsterdam
Storytelling as Self-justification: Atonement
And Now, What Days Are These?: Saturday
Notes
Select Bibliography
Index.
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PETER CHILDS is Pro Vice Chancellor, Research and Scholarship at Newman University, UK. He has published widely on postcolonial and twentieth-century literature. His recent publications include Modernism (2000), Contemporary Novelists (2004), and Reading Fiction: Opening the Text (2001), the last two of which are also published by Palgrave Macmillan.

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PETER CHILDS is Pro Vice Chancellor, Research and Scholarship at Newman University, UK. He has published widely on postcolonial and twentieth-century literature. His recent publications include Modernism (2000), Contemporary Novelists (2004), and Reading Fiction: Opening the Text (2001), the last two of which are also published by Palgrave Macmillan.

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