Granta Best of Young British Novelists Who were the best young British novelists ten years ago And who among them have emerged as the important writers of today This classic issue of Granta reprinted six times collects new fiction from the

  • Title: Granta 7: Best of Young British Novelists
  • Author: Bill Buford Alan Judd Adam Mars-Jones Ian McEwan Shiva Naipaul Philip Norman Christopher Priest Salman Rushdie
  • ISBN: 9780140068337
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Who were the best young British novelists ten years ago And who among them have emerged as the important writers of today This classic issue of Granta reprinted six times collects new fiction from the twenty writers, judged in 1983, to be the best of their generation.

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    1. Clearly, having picked out Ian McEwan, William Boyd, Julian Barnes and Pat Barker before they were famous, the track record of Bill Bruford and the other judges who compiled the list of authors whose works appear here is pretty much unassailable. It was a real pleasure to read the excerpts from Martin Amis' Money and Julian Barnes' Flaubert's Parrot (here under the title 'Emma Bovary's Eyes') - but of which crackle and sparkle (respectively) as much as they did in 1983. For me William Boyd's - o [...]

    2. Originally published in 1983, this anthology "collects new fiction from the twenty writers judged to be the best of their generation." The author roster is impressive and Granta's assessment has stood the test of time. Among the authors here are Martin Amis, Pat Barker, Kazuo Ishiguro, Ian McEwan, Salman Rushdie, and Graham Swift.Somewhat perversely, my favorite selections here were mainly written by the authors with whom I was less familiar: Buchi Emecheta, Maggie Gee, Alan Judd, Adam Mars-Jone [...]

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