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Granta 87: Jubilee

Granta 87: Jubilee

Ian Jack
3.8/5 (29 ratings)
This special edition of Granta celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary with a rich collection of new pieces by some of the writers who helped make its reputation, and by others who may do so in future.

Featuring:

MARTIN AMIS rewrites Jane Austen for a film of Northanger Abbey
AMIT CHAUDHURI meets the troubled icon of secular India
PHILIP GOUREVITCH asks why we commemorate genocide
JAN MORRIS picks her nose and wonders what death will be like
WENDELL STEAVENSON gets to know an Iraqi terrorist
GRAHAM SWIFT remembers his father

And:

TIM ADAMS learns why shredders are a good idea
JAMES HAMILTON-PATERSON reveals his boyhood as a champion bomb-maker
PATRICIA HAMPL sees the wrong picture snapped in Palestine
ISABEL HILTON discovers that General Stroessner, ex-dictator of Paraguay, is still alive
PANKAJ MISHRA finds out what it takes to make it in Bollywood
BLAKE MORRISON examines the afterlife of his family memoir

Plus:

New fiction from PAUL AUSTER, WILLIAM BOYD, J. ROBERT LENNON
and HELEN SIMPSON, and a newly-discovered story by one of England's finest short story writers, V.S. PRITCHETT.

And a picture essay by TOBY GLANVILLE, tracing the course of the river that gave the magazine its name
Language
English
Pages
316
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Grove Press, Granta
Release
October 14, 2004
ISBN
1929001177
ISBN 13
9781929001170

Granta 87: Jubilee

Ian Jack
3.8/5 (29 ratings)
This special edition of Granta celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary with a rich collection of new pieces by some of the writers who helped make its reputation, and by others who may do so in future.

Featuring:

MARTIN AMIS rewrites Jane Austen for a film of Northanger Abbey
AMIT CHAUDHURI meets the troubled icon of secular India
PHILIP GOUREVITCH asks why we commemorate genocide
JAN MORRIS picks her nose and wonders what death will be like
WENDELL STEAVENSON gets to know an Iraqi terrorist
GRAHAM SWIFT remembers his father

And:

TIM ADAMS learns why shredders are a good idea
JAMES HAMILTON-PATERSON reveals his boyhood as a champion bomb-maker
PATRICIA HAMPL sees the wrong picture snapped in Palestine
ISABEL HILTON discovers that General Stroessner, ex-dictator of Paraguay, is still alive
PANKAJ MISHRA finds out what it takes to make it in Bollywood
BLAKE MORRISON examines the afterlife of his family memoir

Plus:

New fiction from PAUL AUSTER, WILLIAM BOYD, J. ROBERT LENNON
and HELEN SIMPSON, and a newly-discovered story by one of England's finest short story writers, V.S. PRITCHETT.

And a picture essay by TOBY GLANVILLE, tracing the course of the river that gave the magazine its name
Language
English
Pages
316
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Grove Press, Granta
Release
October 14, 2004
ISBN
1929001177
ISBN 13
9781929001170

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