[Book Review] Atonement Novel by Ian McEwan
The Atonement is published in 2001 and it’s written by Ian McEwan. The novel is set in three time period England in 1935, And two others are wartime England and France. It’s a story of a upper-class girl and her mistake made in her childhood time. The novel was selected for 2001 Booker Prize for fiction and its one of the writer best work. The time magazine includes the novel in the 100 greatest English-language novels list.
The writer of this novel is Ian Mcewan, who was a screenwriter and a novelist. It is a novel of war and love, set and infancy, justification and guilty, provides all the achievements of a bright account and the annoyance. In the novel, 13-year-old Briony observes a minute flirtation between her older sister Cecilia, son of a servant Robbie and a friend of Cecilia. He incomplete class of young arms, together with her idolized literary gifts, bring about an offense that will change all their lives. The novel engages the readers on every Credible standard with a peace and permission that spot it as a genuine triumph.
A 13-year-old girl is living in family’s country estate with her parents. And her older sister is studying in the Cecilia University of Cambridge with her friend Robbie Turner He is the childhood friend of Cecilia. he is the son of Tallis family housekeeper.
Briony Tallis: Younger sister of Leon and Cecilia Tallis She is also aspiring writer
Cecilia Tallis: The middle child in Tallis family and fell love with Robbie Turner.
Leon Tallis: Eldest child in the Tallis family
Emily Tallis: She is the mother of the girls.
Jack Tallis: The father of the family.
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