IAN MCEWAN - THE COMFORT OF STRANGERS

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IAN MCEWAN - THE COMFORT OF STRANGERS

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Published by Jonathan Cape Ltd., UK 1st/1st 1981

McEwan's second only novel, after 1978's The Cement Garden, written when he was still known as Ian Macabre, still writing interesting, vital fiction, and before he became preocupied with country houses and liberal minded, well-off neurosurgeons. A story of sadism, subservience and sexuality in Venice, which was made into a film by Paul Schrader in 1990 starring Rupert Everett

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Condition: Near fine. Price clipped. Otherwise without major blemish.