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A modern reimagining of Shakespeare's "King Lear" follows Henry Dunbar, who hands over his global media corporation to his two oldest daughters and finds himself confined to an... Read more
A modern reimagining of Shakespeare's "King Lear" follows Henry Dunbar, who hands over his global media corporation to his two oldest daughters and finds himself confined to an upscale sanatorium in rural England, where he starts planning his escape.
Edward St Aubyn was born in London. His superbly acclaimed Patrick Melrose novels are Never Mind, which won a Betty Trask Award, Bad News, Some Hope, Mother's Milk, which won the Prix Femina étranger and was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, and At Last. He is also the author of the novels A Clue to the Exit, On the Edge, which was shortlisted for the Guardian Fiction Prize and Lost for Words, which won the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize.
A modern retelling of Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" moves from London after the 2008 financial crisis to the storm-ravaged American city of New Bohemia, in a story of the destructive effect of jealousy and the redemptive power of love.
A psychologically charged story inspired by Shakespeare's The Tempest follows the retribution plot of a deposed artistic director who teaches prison inmates while consulting with a fantasy child who has taken the place of the daughter he lost years earlier. Reprint. A New York Times best-seller.
A modern retelling of "The Taming of the Shrew" follows the experiences of a preschool teacher who alienates others by speaking her mind and who is expected by her eccentric father to marry his assistant to prevent the young man's deportation.
`I really did have an empire, you know,' said Dunbar. In his dotage he handed over care of the family firm to his two eldest daughters, Abby and Megan. Dunbar is a devastating family story and an excoriating novel for and of our times - an examination of power, money and the value of forgiveness.
A re-envisaging of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, from the Man Booker Prize-winner and our great chronicler of Jewish life. He writes like a dream' Evening Standard'The funniest British novelist since Kingsley Amis or Tom Sharpe' Mail on Sunday
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