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Ian McEwan : contemporary critical perspectives

Author: Sebastian Groes
Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum, ©2009.
Series: Continuum contemporary critical perspectives series.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Features critical essays on Ian McEwan, covering his novels, including "Saturday", "On Chesil Beach" and an analysis of the film adaptation of "Enduring Love'. This reader presents perspectives on  Read more...

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Named Person: Ian McEwan; Ian McEwan
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sebastian Groes
ISBN: 9780826497215 0826497217 0826497225 9780826497222
OCLC Number: 245564025
Description: xvii, 153 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Cartography of the contemporary: mapping newness in the work of Ian McEwan / Sebastian Groes --
Surrealist encounters in Ian McEwan's early work / Jeannette Baxter --
'Profoundly dislocating and infinite in possibility': Ian McEwan's screenwriting / M. Hunter Hayes and Sebastian Groes --
The Innocent as anti-oedipal critique of cultural pornography / Claire Colebrook --
Words of war, war of words: Atonement and the question of plagiarism / Natasha Alden --
Postmodernism and the ethics of fiction in Atonement / Alistair Cormack --
Ian McEwan's modernist time: Atonement and Saturday / Laura Marcus --
Ian McEwan and the modernist consciousness of the city in Saturday / Sebastian Groes --
On Chesil Beach: another 'overrated' novella? / Dominic Head --
Journeys without maps: an interview with Ian McEwan / Jon Cook, Sebastian Groes and Victor Sage.
Series Title: Continuum contemporary critical perspectives series.
Responsibility: edited by Sebastian Groes ; [preface by Matt Ridley].

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