British author Ian McEwan is out with a brand new novel this fall, to be revealed concurrently in Canada, the U.Okay. and the U.S. on Sept. 13.
“Lessons” spans the historical past of the previous 70 years, starting with the Second World War, and together with the present pandemic and local weather change, by means of “the prism of one man’s life,” in line with its writer Knopf Canada, an imprint of Penguin Random House.
McEwan, now 74, has a long-standing editorial relationship with Knopf Canada founder Louise Dennys, who first revealed McEwan with the corporate in 1992 together with his e book “Black Dogs.”
His most up-to-date novels have centered on present points and brought narrative dangers, together with his 2016 e book “Nutshell,” which was narrated by a fetus; in his 2019 e book “The Cockroach,” which tackled Brexit, he imagined the British prime minister as an insect turned human, riffing off Franz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis.”
McEwan has written 17 books, together with his 1998 Booker Prize-winning novel “Amsterdam.”