Julian Barnes

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Julian Barnes (born 19 January 1946), British novelist and short story writer.

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Metroland (1981)[edit]

  • I read Hemingway's posthumous Paris memoirs, rumoured to have been written by his wife (`Out of the question,' Toni assured me, `they're so badly written they must be authentic').
    • Page 85.

A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters (1989)[edit]

  • You need one of those slave-driving old studio bosses if you ask me, not a sensitive graduate who went into movies because he liked the clouds in Antonioni and then turned himself into a nouvelle vague Deutscher all hot for Truthspiel.

Talking It Over (1991)[edit]

  • Now, Stuart, as you will discover if you have not done so already, believes that the principal raison d'etre of food is to conceal from public view the hideous pattern on the plate beneath.
    • Page 28.
  • This is I have to admit, one murky compartment of the female psyche which has yet to benefit from the oven-scourer of Reason.
    • Page 43.

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