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Granta 98: The Deep End

Granta 98: The Deep End

Ian Jack
3.7/5 (52 ratings)
In the deep end: struggling maybe, but waving not drowning. This issue of Granta contains writing from people whose experience of life suggests they have something to tell us about survival. Featuring Diana Athill, the renowned author of Stet, on the lessons of old age, and interviews with soldiers returning from Iraq by Craig Taylor. Plus new fiction by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Javier Cercas, Gerard Donovan, Richard Ford, Tessa Hadley, Jackie Kay, Thomas Lynch, Helen Simpson, and Paul Theroux.
Language
English
Pages
256
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Grove Press, Granta
Release
October 25, 2007
ISBN
1929001290
ISBN 13
9781929001293

Granta 98: The Deep End

Ian Jack
3.7/5 (52 ratings)
In the deep end: struggling maybe, but waving not drowning. This issue of Granta contains writing from people whose experience of life suggests they have something to tell us about survival. Featuring Diana Athill, the renowned author of Stet, on the lessons of old age, and interviews with soldiers returning from Iraq by Craig Taylor. Plus new fiction by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Javier Cercas, Gerard Donovan, Richard Ford, Tessa Hadley, Jackie Kay, Thomas Lynch, Helen Simpson, and Paul Theroux.
Language
English
Pages
256
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Grove Press, Granta
Release
October 25, 2007
ISBN
1929001290
ISBN 13
9781929001293

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