mcewan discusses starting a conversation with readers about what we've all come to expect from novels.
mcewan novels often have formally dazzling conclusions that recast the meaning of the preceding story.
mcewan is more optimistic: “I think we will still need to examine the fine print of human behavior, human relationships,” he says.
Rather as Serena falls for the stories then the man, McAfee met mcewan when she interviewed him for the Financial Times.
At the moment, mcewan likes reading the social histories of the early 1970s.
People began to settle down expectantly; mcewan struck his opening chords.
mcewan now faced the easel which held the great Dana, shrouded by a cloth.
The boarders gave the family an income larger than they had ever possessed before, and mcewan's contributions fell off.
mcewan had not noticed her protest, it had all happened so instantaneously.
The boy grinned in speechless assent, instantly looking a duplicate of mcewan.