Ian mcewan was born in 1948 in aldershot, england, and now lives in london his works have earned him worldwide critical acclaim, including being shortlisted for the booker prize for fiction three times, and winning the award for amsterdam in 1998. A review, and links to other information about and reviews of saturday by ian mcewan.
Click to read more about saturday by ian mcewan librarything is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Ian mcewan's dazzling novel takes just a single day to explore society itself, but this is a saturday like no other, says tim adams.
Saturday by ian mcewan 289 pp nan a talese/doubleday $26 when british journalists complain -- as they often do -- about the elitism of contemporary british literature, the honorable. Saturday by ian mcewan the official website for ian mcewan's novel saturday.
Ian mcewan's previous novel, atonement, was hailed as a masterpiece around the world saturday is perhaps even more dramatically compelling, showing how life can change in an instant, for better or for worse.
Saturday by ian mcewan 279pp, cape, £1799 it's odd now to think that ian mcewan once lacked confidence as a novelist his first two attempts at the longer form - the cement garden and the.
Saturday, ian mcewan the book, published in february 2005 by jonathan cape in the united kingdom and in april in the united states, was critically and commercially successful critics noted mcewan's elegant prose, careful dissection of daily life, and interwoven themes. The introduction, discussion questions, suggestions for further reading, and author biography that follow are intended to enhance your group’s reading of saturday, ian mcewan’s highly acclaimed novel of urban life in the aftermath of 9/11.