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Granta: The First Twenty-One Years

Granta: The First Twenty-One Years

Ian Jack
3.8/5 (26 ratings)
Granta has established itself as the unchallenged venue for the best in contemporary fiction, memoir, reportage, and travel. This special anniversary issue presents 21 landmark works, one from each of the magazine’s 21 years. Included are pieces from such distinguished writers as Leonard Michaels, Raymond Carver, Tim Lott, Seamus Deane, Harold Pinter, Linda Grant, and Joy Williams. A selection from “The State of Europe: Christmas Eve, 1989” includes powerful individual writings by George Steiner, Stephen Spender, Isaiah Berlin, Noel Annan, Abraham Brumberg, and Gunter Kunert. Other contributors include Primo Levi, Salman Rushdie, Nadine Gordimer, Lorrie Moore, and Richard Ford.
Language
English
Pages
384
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Grove Press, Granta
Release
July 10, 2001
ISBN
186207464X
ISBN 13
9781862074644

Granta: The First Twenty-One Years

Ian Jack
3.8/5 (26 ratings)
Granta has established itself as the unchallenged venue for the best in contemporary fiction, memoir, reportage, and travel. This special anniversary issue presents 21 landmark works, one from each of the magazine’s 21 years. Included are pieces from such distinguished writers as Leonard Michaels, Raymond Carver, Tim Lott, Seamus Deane, Harold Pinter, Linda Grant, and Joy Williams. A selection from “The State of Europe: Christmas Eve, 1989” includes powerful individual writings by George Steiner, Stephen Spender, Isaiah Berlin, Noel Annan, Abraham Brumberg, and Gunter Kunert. Other contributors include Primo Levi, Salman Rushdie, Nadine Gordimer, Lorrie Moore, and Richard Ford.
Language
English
Pages
384
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Grove Press, Granta
Release
July 10, 2001
ISBN
186207464X
ISBN 13
9781862074644

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