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ENGLISH LITERATURE What have you found interesting about the way in which Ian McEwan writes about Kate's disappearance? This story by Ian McEwan is very interesting; it keeps you there as though you were an actual bystander. You can feel…
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One reviewer commented that 'McEwan is interested in the ways in which we construct coherent narratives out of chaos.' Examine the narrative techniques in Enduring Love in the light of this comment. In Enduring Love McEwan presents characters who…
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. This incident seems decidedly inspired by the classic film, "Don't Look Now" - a red raincoat is glimpsed in the distance fuelling the futile hope that the lost child may at last be found. Although thematically similar to several of his previous works, Ian McEwan
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In Joseph Heller's "Catch-22" and Ian McEwan's "The Atonement," there are several common tones between both works, which add to the emotional weight of the books, and help to create a compelling story. While not the only tones within each piece, three…
Compare and contrast the openings of the novels 'Enduring Love' and 'Knowledge of Angels'. Examine in detail both form and content, and assess the effectiveness of each as a beginning of a novel. 'Enduring Love' by Ian McEwan and 'Knowledge…
Doyle dominated the “techno-thriller” market. Ian Fleming captivated the old audience and added new legions of fans in the late 1950s and early 1960s with his action packed 007 novels. By presenting an entirely new literary form, the spy novel, Fleming gave…
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Consider the way in which McEwan portrayed women through his female characters Every female character within the novel is connected through Stephen. The main female characters are part of Stephen’s private life; these are the people with which…
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decision to disqualify one of our leading sportsmen, Ian Thorpe out of the year 2004 Athens Olympics simply because he overbalanced on the starting blocks at the Olympic team trials in Sydney. <Tab/>The decision is just simply unreasonable…
I think that McEwan has written a very effective conclusion to the novel, despite what many critics have said about it being too "tidy". These critics have suggested that in particular McEwan's skeleton of nine chapters is too schematic. However, I think…
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War on the Music In Janis Ian's article, "Free Downloads Play Sweet Music", published in Performing Songwriter Magazine in 2002, is trying to argue that free internet downloads are good for music industry and its artists. The target audience Ian focuses…
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