Ian McEwan, CBE

NOVELIST

Ian McEwan is one of the country’s greatest living novelists. Born in Aldershot, Hampshire into a military family, McEwan’s father was a working-class Scotsman who had worked his way through the army ranks to Major. As a result, McEwan spent much of his early childhood travelling to the destinations that his father was posted to. McEwan’s first work to be published was a collection of short stories, which earned him the Somerset Maugham Award. Since this time, McEwan’s novels, such as Atonement, Saturday, Enduring Love and Sweet Tooth, have graced many book shelves and have gained critical acclaim. Atonement was made into an Oscar-winning film and in 2011 McEwan was awarded the Jerusalem Prize. 

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