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Ian McEwan: Trump's poetry was hatred. What about the prose? | US news | The Guardian

Ian McEwan: Trump's poetry was hatred. What about the prose?

Ian McEwan: Trump& poetry was hatred. What about the prose?

In the hills of southwest England, the writer and his wife, the novelist Annalena McAfee, have surrounded their home with untamed delight.

Ian McEwan’s Enchanted Garden

A tangle of pink climbing roses beneath the stone patio of the manor house McAfee and McEwan have owned since

Ian McEwan: 'I'm only 66 – my notebook is still full of ideas' | Books | The Observer

Ian McEwan: 'I'm only 66 – my notebook is still full of ideas'

Ian McEwan: 'I'm only 66 – my notebook is still full of ideas' | Books | The Observer

Ian McEwan on The Children Act - the family division is rooted in the same ground as fiction, where all of life's vital interests lie. With the luxury of withholding judgment, a novel could interpose itself here, reinvent the characters and circumstances, and begin to investigate an encounter between love and belief, between the secular spirit of the law and sincerely held faith.

Ian McEwan: the law versus religious belief

Ian McEwan on The Children Act - the family division is rooted in the same ground as fiction, where all of life's vital interests lie. With the luxury of withholding judgment, a novel could interpose itself here, reinvent the characters and circumstances, and begin to investigate an encounter between love and belief, between the secular spirit of the law and sincerely held faith.

Sweet Tooth and a book swap!

Sweet Tooth and a book swap

Recruited into against a backdrop of the Cold War in Cambridge student Serena Frome, a compulsive reader, is assigned to infiltrate the literary circle of a promising young writer whose politics align with those of the government.

Ian McEwan

Ian McEwan: the law versus religious belief

Ian McEwan

Ian McEwan’s Enchanted Garden - The New York Times

Ian McEwan’s Enchanted Garden

Anti Diet - Losing It in the Anti-Dieting Age - The New York Times The Anti-Diet Solution is a system of eating that heals the lining inside of your gut by destroying the bad bacteria and replacing it with healthy bacteria

Zadie Smith [ENGLISH NOVELIST, BORN 1975] talks with Ian McEwan [ENGLISH NOVELIST, BORN 1948]

Zadie Smith talks with Ian McEwan

Margaret Thatcher, may not have been considered a beauty, but her inner beauty; strength of character and goodness was a shining light of beauty.

Margaret Thatcher: a life in quotes

Ian McEwan on The Cement Garden, sexual gothic and being in the 'toddlerhood of old age'

Ian McEwan on The Cement Garden, sexual gothic and being in the 'toddlerhood of old age'

New Ian McEwan novel The Children Act to take on religion

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