Ian McEwan on The Cement Garden, sexual gothic and being in the ‘toddlerhood of old age’ | Books | The Guardian

Ian McEwan

The writer’s first novel brought him fame and a reputation for the macabre. As a new production of the book is about to be staged in London, he talks about whether he has lost his bite

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