Enduring Love Summary

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  • 8 Literature Criticisms
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902 words, approx. 4 pages
Ian McEwan (1948-) (Full name Ian Russell McEwan) English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenwriter, and children's writer. Introduction One of the most celebrated British writer... Read more
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Ian McEwan (1948-) (Full name Ian Russell McEwan) English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenwriter, and children's writer. Introduction One of the most celebrated British writer... Read more
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Ian McEwan (1948-) (Full name Ian Russell McEwan) English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenwriter, and children's writer. Introduction One of the most celebrated British writer... Read more
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Ian McEwan (1948-) (Full name Ian Russell McEwan) English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenwriter, and children's writer. Introduction One of the most celebrated British writer... Read more
678 words, approx. 3 pages
Ian McEwan (1948-) (Full name Ian Russell McEwan) English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenwriter, and children's writer. Introduction One of the most celebrated British writer... Read more
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Ian McEwan (1948-) (Full name Ian Russell McEwan) English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenwriter, and children's writer. Introduction One of the most celebrated British writer... Read more
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Ian McEwan (1948-) (Full name Ian Russell McEwan) English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenwriter, and children's writer. Introduction One of the most celebrated British writer... Read more
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Ian McEwan (1948-) (Full name Ian Russell McEwan) English novelist, short story writer, playwright, screenwriter, and children's writer. Introduction One of the most celebrated British writer... Read more
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One critic may believe that the essential clash in the novel is between the scientific and religious approach to life. This is easily said considering the lifestyles of the main two characters, ... Read more
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Chapter twenty-four offers the readers quite a conventional fairy-tale ending, providing a rather satisfactory conclusion. It ends on an up-lifting note, with the children symbolising hope in the futu... Read more