A bonkers premise, perhaps, but McEwan really pulls off this tale of an unborn foetus witnessing a murder.
“But here’s life’s most limiting truth – it’s always now, always here, never then and there.”
“So here I am, upside down in a woman,” is the opening line that kicks off Ian McEwan’s new novel, and the story that follows proves to be just as suprising.460 more words
Perhaps the reason every Hamlet wants to be a clown is that he knows it is closer to the truth of the human experience. What is art but evidence of human folly at its finest? 2,432 more words