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Saturday

by Ian McEwan

Saturday by Ian McEwan X
Saturday by Ian McEwan
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2005, 304 pages

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    Apr 2006, 304 pages

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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.

Bibliography

  • First Love, Last Rites (stories) 1975
  • In Between the Sheets (stories) 1978
  • The Cement Garden, 1978
  • The Comfort of Strangers, 1981
  • The Imitation Game, 1981
  • Or Shall We Die?, 1983
  • The Ploughman's Lunch, 1985
  • Rose Blanche (children)
  • The Child in Time, 1987
  • The Innocent, 1989
  • Sour Sweet, 1989
  • Black Dogs, 1992
  • The Daydreamer, 1994 (children)
  • Enduring Love, 1997
  • Amsterdam, 1998
  • Atonement, 2001
  • Saturday, 2005

Useful link: A very complete bibliography at McEwan's website, including books by him and about him.

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