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Though none of Barnes' other novels continue the journeys of Dr. Geoffrey Braithwaite, many feature the same themes as Flaubert's Parrot. Barnes is a prolific author with over ten books to his credit. Any reader who enjoys Flaubert's Parrot has a wealth of other material to choose from.

Barnes's most recent work, England,England (1999), is one of a handful concerned primarily with his native country. It tells the story of the egotistical mogul Sir Jack Pitman and his effort to rebuild England as a theme park, or, in his words, a "heritage center." The project is planned for the Isle of Wight, just off England's southern coast.

The story allows Barnes to parody the efforts of media moguls to make culture accessible and easy to digest.

In 1995 Barnes published another book about England, Letters from London. This collection of essays, all originally written for the New Yorker, considers...

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