HENA03922U English - Free topic 2: Three Novels by Ian McEwan (Exam form C)
Ian McEwan is one of Britain's leading contemporary novelists. His texts are challenging, unsettling as well as entertaining and involving. They take up philosophical, existentialist and psychological issues and offer in-depth analyses of his characters' thoughts and feelings. McEwan's novels contain a great number of intertextual allusions and he combines realism, modernism and postmodernism, thus exemplifying the three main currents in fictional writings.
The three texts we are going to discuss are Enduring Love (1997), Atonement (2001) and On Chesil Beach (2007).
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