Granta 87:Jubilee (25th Anniversary issue)

Ian Jack (editor)
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Marking the 25th anniversary of Granta magazine, Granta 87: Jubilee features new work by the writers who made it's name.

Martin Amis scripts Austen's Northanger Abbey; Alexandra Fuller catches cholera in Zambia (or does she?); Graham Swift makes an elephant for his father; Isabel Hilton revisits The General; Patricia Hampl sees the wrong picture snapped in Palestine; and Jan Morris picks her nose.

Meanwhile Geoff Dyer searches for the sea in West Texas, Philip Gourevitch wonders why we commemorate genocide, and Wendall Stevenson reports from the resistance in Baghdad.

Plus Amit Chaudhuri, John McGahern, Pankaj Mishra, Paul Theroux, and James Hamilton-Paterson.

And new fiction by Paul Auster, William Boyd, Richard Ford, J. Robert Lennon, and Jayne Anne Phillips; memoirs by Blake Morrison and Edmund White; a photographic journey up the River Granta by Toby Glanville and a previously unpublished story by V.S. Pritchett.
Category: Literature & literary studies
ISBN: 9780903141710
Edition No: 1
Publisher: Granta
Imprint: Granta
Pub Date: November 2004
Page Extent: 256
Format: Paperback
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Subject: Literature & literary studies