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He lets her explain how it happened, in what we eventually discover is a book within a book. My, how one thing leads to another. And she can’t even take full credit for those years. I am fascinated at the complex, and simple mechanisms of the body.

Sounds a little dry, right?

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And when the person in question is I watched the movie before reading the book, which was probably a mistake because I loved the movie and I felt that the book didn’t measure up. Espiazjone maybe everything else from the last several years is that much worse? I ended up reading this in a hole week because I was reading 1 page in 5 minutes normally 1 page per minute soo I was feeling frustrated. A story about how a misunderstanding borne out of innocence could tragically alter so many lives.

Espiazione by Ian McEwan (3 star ratings)

What a remarkable reading experience! Too flattering to Irving? Like mcewaj McEwan books, it left me with a haunting question — ‘What if? Her silence annoyed and confused me as much as Briony’s self-righteous witness angered me.

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Although I’ve only seen it once, I can still see images: Pleasingly, McEwan writes with aplomb about the human psyche: A beautifully written and cleverly told story of relationships, growing up, guilt and, obviously, atonement and forgiveness. I was rooting for the characters, and gasped at the most gut knotting scenes. One might even say it atoned for the fact that I lost interest for a while.

Knowing what was coming — knowing the plot twist at the end — helped me focus on the quality of the writing rather than on the development of the story, and as always, McEwan’s expiazione completely sucked me in. I just kept feeling that the book had all this great detail but didn’t focus it on anything that it shoud have.

The entire book shows the folly of order and what it does to our souls and minds. No sexual history is provided the characters, certainly nothing to account for the behavior in evidence! He was awarded a CBE in In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up. We never learn her thoughts or feelings about this incident, and her rapist is given a nebulous presence, at best, in the novel.

Favorite Quotes “Was e What a lovely reread this was! If you enjoy reading novels with magnificent writing, profound plot elements which remain true to the characters, and perfect character development, then this is the book you should check out next. Other then that I thought the acting was phenomenal and Espiazilne especially thought the character of Br I think it’s perfectly fine for any mature enough kid to watch a movie like this.


What impressed me about the book was the powerful statement the author is making on the power of narrative – how much it rules our lives.

On a summer day inthirteen-year-old Briony Tallis IabIan McEwan Atonement is a British metafiction novel written by Ian McEwan concerning the understanding of and responding to the need for personal atonement. The fact that I cared enough about the characters to want that for them, to simmer over it after I closed the book, reluctant to have it end, testifies to the power of the story.

It does not matter whether it is true or false: Briony is a terrible child, a narcissistic teenager, and and at last a harmless grandmother who I don’t especially care about at any of these three points in her life. First thing that grasped me while reading was the excerpt of Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen. Writing is a form of therapy to many writers: Ian McEwan’s definition of atonement is as dazzling as it is strange.

Tbh, I did not really enjoy this book.