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It contains a biography of the novelist, a full-length study of the novel, a summary of how the novel was received upon publication, a summary of how the novel has performed since publication, and a wide range of suggestions for further reading.
With thousands of new books each year joining the enormous wealth of already published literature, finding more titles in the same fiction genre or non-fiction topic as that 'unputdownable' book can be difficult. This book provides an easy to use cross-referenced guide for readers.
Ian Jack (ed)
A celebrated writer makes an anonymous confession and defends a habit: his son supplies him with Ecstasy. Other contributors include Nicholas Shakespeare on the evil of his ancestors, David Feuer on trying to be a shrink in a community of the Hasidim, and new fiction from A.M. Holmes and Judith Hermann.