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  1. 11 de abr. de 2006 · NATIONAL BESTSELLER • The Booker Prize winner and bestselling author of Atonement follows an ordinary man through a Saturday whose high promise gradually turns nightmarish in this “dazzling [and] powerful” novel (The New York Times). Henry Perowne—a neurosurgeon, urbane, privileged, deeply in love with his wife and grown-up children—plans to play a game of squash, visit his elderly ...

  2. Saturdee: With Dominic McDonald, Troy Sussman, Tahnee Marks, Tamsin West. Adapted from the Norman Lindsay novel, Saturdee. Peter Gimble's larrikin boyhood adventues with his friends, set to the 1920's sleepy Western Australian town of Redheap, and its repressiveness, from where the boys seek their freedom.

  3. 13 de oct. de 2010 · Saturday is a masterful novel set within a single day in February 2003. Henry Perowne is a contented man-a successful neurosurgeon, happily married to a newspaper lawyer, and enjoying good relations with his children. Henry wakes to the comfort of his large home in central London on this, his day off. He is as at ease here as he is in the ...

  4. READERS GUIDE NATIONAL BESTSELLER “Dazzling. . . . Powerful. . . . McEwan has shown how we . . . live today.” —The New York Times The introduction, discussion questions, suggestions for further reading, and author biography that follow are intended to enhance your group’s reading of Saturday, Ian McEwan’s highly acclaimed novel of urban life in the aftermath of 9/11.

  5. 15 de feb. de 2003 · Ian McEwan is the critically acclaimed author of seventeen novels and two short story collections. His first published work, a collection of short stories, First Love, Last Rites, won the Somerset Maugham Award.His novels include The Child in Time, which won the 1987 Whitbread Novel of the Year Award; The Cement Garden; Enduring Love; Amsterdam, which won the 1998 Booker Prize; Atonement ...

  6. In 2022 McEwan published his 18th novel, Lessons, which follows a man’s life over some 70 years and addresses the lasting impact of a predatory piano teacher and his wife’s abandonment. McEwan also wrote for television, radio, and film, including The Imitation Game (1980), The Ploughman’s Lunch (1983), Last Day of Summer (1984), and The ...

  7. “Saturday is an exemplary novel, engrossing and sustained. It is undoubtedly McEwan’s best.” —The Spectator “Read the last 100 pages at one sitting–the pace and the thrill allow it…. Exhilarating.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review “Virtuosic…. Brilliantly macabre and suspenseful…. [A] fine novel.” —The Wall Street Journal