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Julian Barnes


Wednesday, December 16 2009

The Inevitable Death of Julian Barnes and Everyone Else

According to Julian Barnes, the fear of death is "the most rational thing in the world." But denying the certainty of death also can be a rational act, at least until that time when it is not.


Tuesday, November 5 2013

'Levels of Life' Is, on One Level, a Meditation on Julian Barnes’ Grief

Levels of Life is also an exercise in form, an exemplar of the inadequacy of any one literary form for expressing certain sentiments and theses.

Monday, January 9 2012

'The Sense of an Ending': A Jury of His Peers

A sense of an ending to Julian Barnes's Booker Prize-winning novel is ours to create.

Thursday, January 5 2012

The Malleability of Memory In Julian Barnes' 'The Sense of an Ending'

Julian Barnes' Man Booker Prize winning novel combines expertly crafted narrative with a unique depth of philosophical inquiry and psychological complexity.

Tuesday, July 16 2002

Something to Declare by Julian Barnes

He scourges the catacombs of literature and prose, and presents you with a glittering selection of informative gems.

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