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  • Formats Hardcover, Digital
  • Hardcover ISBN 9781604978704
  • Pages 254
  • Date April 2014
  • Size 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm
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Ian McEwan: Sex, Death, and History by Eluned Summers-Bremner

This book casts light on how despite Ian McEwan's commitment, by and large, to naturalistic means of telling a story, his later novels also demonstrate a concern with opacity, as characters often pursue courses of action for reasons that are unclear to them. It is this focus on enigma in McEwan’s work, whether sexual, mortal, or historical, that lends it to a psychoanalytic reading such as the kind pursued in this book.

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