On Chesil Beach. London: Jonathan Cape, 2007.
On Chesil Beach. New York: Nan A. Talese/Doubleday,
On Chesil Beach. Toronto: A. A. Knopf Canada,
Aan Chesil Beach. Amsterdam: De Harmonie,
2007 [Translated by Rien Verhoef / Dutch].
Am Strand. Zürich: Diogenes, 2007 [Translated
by Bernhard Robben / German].
On Chesil Beach. New York: Random House Large
`Al hof Ts'ezil. Tel Aviv: `Am `oved, 2007
[Translated by Semadar Milo / Hebrew].
Na Praia de Chesil. Lisboa: Gradiva, 2007
[Translated by Ana Falcão Bastos / Portuguese].
Na praia. São Paulo: Companhia das
Letras, 2007 [Translated by Bernardo Carvalho / Portuguese].
Ved Chesil Beach. Gyldendal, 2007 [Translated
by Jan Hansen / Danish].
Chesil Beach. Torino: Einaudi, 2007 [Translated
by Susan Basso / Italian].
Na plaza. Bratislava: Slovart, 2007 [Translated
by Katarína Karovicová / Slovak].
Pe plaja Chesil. Iasi: Polirom, 2007 [Translated
by Ana-Maria Lisman / Romanian].
On Chesil Beach. New York: Anchor Books, 2008.
On Chesil Beach. London: Vintage, 2008.
On Chesil Beach. Bath: Paragon, 2008. [Large
Sur la plage de Chesil. Paris: Gallimard,
2008. [Translated by France Camus-Pichon / French]; Cergy: À
vue d'oeil, 2009 [Large Print].
Ch`esil Bich`i eso: changp`yon sosol. Kyonggi-do
P`aju-si: Munhak Tongne, 2008 [Translated by Tar-im U / Korean].
Na beregu. Sankt Peterburg: Domino, 2008 [Translated
by Viktora Golysheva / Russian].
Quexi'er hai tan. Taibei Shi: Shang zhou chu
ban, 2008 [Translated by Zhongyue Han / Chinese].
Zai Qiese'er hai tan shang. Shanghai: Shanghai
yi wen chu ban she, 2008 [Translated by Yuning Huang / Chinese].
Trên bãi bien Chesil. Hà
Noi: Van Hoc, 2008 [Vietnamese].
On Chesil Beach. Toronto: Vintage Canada,
Na plazy Chesil. Warszawa: Wydawn. Albatros,
2008 [Translated by Andrzej Szulc / Polish].
Na obali Chesil. Ljubljana: Sanje, 2008 [Translated
by Suzana Tratnik / Slovenian].
Sahilde. Istanbul: Turkuvaz, 2008 [Translated
by Ilknur Özdemir / Turkish].
On Chesil Beach. Toronto: Vintage Canada,
On Chesil Beach. Stuttgart Reclam, 2008 [Translated
by Barbara Puschmann-Nalenz].
A la platja de Chesil. Barcelona Empúries
Anagrama 2008 [Translated by Albert Torrescasana / Catalan].
På Chesil Beach. Stockholm: Ordfront,
2008 [Translated by Maria Ekman / Swedish].
Chesil Beach. Barcelona: Anagrama, 2009 [Translated
by Jaime Zulaika / Spanish].
Shoya. Tokyo: Shincho-sha, 2009 [Translated
by Kiyoshi Muramatsu / Japanese].
Battersby, Eileen. 'Eternal Student of Extremes.'
Irish Times, 24 March 2007: 7.
Adams, Tim. 'Innocents
Abroad.' The Guardian, 25 March 2007. [See also, Adams,
Tim. 'The Minute Currents of Tension That Will
Change Two Lives.' Irish Independent, 8 April 2007].
Appleyard, Bryan. 'The
Ghost in My Family.' Sunday Times (London), 25 March 2007:
1 [Interview focused primarily on Ian McEwan's family history]; reprinted
as 'A Novel Family' in the Calgary Herald (Alberta), 8 April
Chatfield, Tom. 'Snared by
the Past.' Prospect, 29 March 2007.
Music.' Economist, 29 March 2007.
Ridgway, Keith. 'A Great Book about Bad Sex.' Irish
Times, 31 March 2007: 11.
Shilling, Jane. 'A Halting Courtship Dance.' The
Times (London), 31 March 2007: 5.
Freeman, John. 'Crossing
the Threshold.' The Australian, 31 March 2007.
Renzetti, Elizabeth. 'In
the Spotlight Again.' Globe and Mail, 31 March 2007: R1.
Walter, Natasha. 'Young
Love, Old Angst.' The Guardian, 31 March 2007: 7. [See
Ian McEwan's response: 'Novels Are Not All about You, Natasha.' The
Guardian, 7 April 2007: 39].
Cartwright, Justin. 'Wedding Night Jitters.' ABC
Magazine, 1 April 2007: 26. [See also, 'On
Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan.' The Independent, 7 April
Kemp, Peter. 'Love in a Cold Climate.' Sunday
Times, 1 April 2007: 39.
Tayler, Christopher. 'Christopher Tayler Enjoys Ian
McEwan's Small-Scale Novel of Sexual Nervousness.' Sunday Telegraph
(London), 1 April 2007: 40.
Anderson, Hephzibah. 'Ian McEwan Explores Sex in
the Early 1960s in On Chesil Beach.' Bloomburg.com,
3 April 2007.
Collett-White, Mike. 'Author
McEwan craves time out of limelight.' Reuters.com, 4 April
Mordue, Mark. 'On
Chesil Beach.' Brisbane Times, 6 April 2007.
Harvey, Melinda. 'Inching Towards the Seashore.'
Canberra Times, 7 April 2007.
McGillis, Ian. 'A Sense of Time, Place and Tragedy.'
Gazette (Montreal), 7 April 2007: J5.
Tonkin, Boyd. 'Ian
McEwan: I hang on to hope in a tide of fear.' The Independent,
7 April 2007.
of Pefection.' Scotsman, 7 April 2007.
d'Ancona, Matthew. 'The
Magus of Fitzrovia.' The Spectator, 7 April 2007: 16-17.
Redhill, Michael. 'The
Couple Stripped Bare.' Globe & Mail, 7 April 2007: D5.
Shriver, Lionel. 'Marriage Was the Beginning of
a Cure.' Daily Telegraph (London), 7 April 2007: 26.
Candour Is Impossible.' National Post, 7 April 2007.
Walsh, Caroline. 'McEwan's Latest Sets a Puzzle.'
Irish Times, 7 April 2007: 12.
Davidson, Max. 'McEwan Makes Misery a Delight.' Mail
on Sunday, 8 April 2007: 61.
Fertile, Candace. 'Young Love, Old Terrors.' Edmonton
Journal (Alberta): 8 April 2007: E10.
Marchand, Philip. 'New Wife Feels "Thrill of
Destruction".' Toronto Star, 8 April 2007: D5.
Taylor, Alan. 'Let's
Not Talk about Sex.' Sunday Herald, 8 April 2007: 28.
'A writer walks into a bar...' National Post,
9 April 2007: AL1 [includes interview].
Derbyshire, Jonathan. 'Book of the Week.' Time
Out, 11 April 2007: 47.
Freeman, John. 'Virgin Territory.' Toronto Star,
12 April 2007: A22; also reviewed by Freeman in 'Novella Begins and
Ends on Pre-liberation Wedding Night.' St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
3 June 2007: F9 [Includes interview].
Robinson, David. 'Separating Fact from Fiction.'
The Scotsman, 13 April 2007: 4.
Sutton, Henry. 'Life's a Beach.'
The Mirror, 13 April 2007: 11.
'Love in England before the '60s started to swing.'
Irish Independent, 14 April 2007.
Leadbetter, Russell. 'A Stark Reminder of Less Liberated
Ttimes.' Evening Times (Glasgow), 14 April 2007: 12.
Schiefer, Nancy. 'Exceptional Love Story.' London
Free Press (Ontario), 14 April 2007: C8.
Gerstel, Judy. 'From Vows to Vitriol.' Toronto
Star, 16 April 2007: B1.
Lewis, Roger. 'Love Ebbs Away on Chesil Beach.' The
Express, 20 April 2007: 50.
Ford, Mark. 'Oceans Apart.'
Financial Times, 21 April 2007: 32.
Tóibín, Colm. 'Dissecting
the Body.' London Review of Books, 29.8, 26 April 2007.
Morris, Paula. 'Summer
of ’62', New Zealand Listener, April 28-May 4 2007.
Aspden, Rachel. 'Their Generation.' New Statesman,
30 April 2007.
Tayler, Christopher. 'Fine Drama Centres on Honeymoon.'
Times Colonist (Victoria, British Columbia), 6 May 2007: D10.
Austin, Mark. 'McEwan's
latest written on ominous white sheets.' Daily Yomiuri (Japan),
19 May 2007.
Night to Remember.' Popmatters.com, 29 May 2007.
Merkin, Daphne. 'No
Sex, Please, We're British.' New York Sun, 30 May 2007:
Reese, Jennifer. 'Book
Review: On Chesil Beach.' Entertainment Weekly, 1 June
Brownrigg, Sylvia. 'Cut to the Chaste.' Los Angeles
Times Book Review, 3 June 2007: 2.
Caldwell, Gail. 'A Distant Shore.' Boston Globe,
3 June 2007: C4.
Cruickshank, John. 'A Fine Anti-Romance.' Chicago
Sun Times, 3 June 2007: B12.
Dubail, Jean. 'Brilliant Novel Should Outshine Controversy.'
Plain Dealer (Cleveland), 3 June 2007: M4.
Freeman, John. 'Talking with Ian McEwan.' Newsday,
3 June 2007: C28.
Herman, Carol. 'Where the Wedding Night Led.' Washington
Times, 3 June 2007: B6.
Letham, Jonathan. 'Edward’s
End.' New York Times Book Review, 3 June 2007: 1 [Also
York Times Podcast Interview with Ian McEwan].
Kennedy, Randy. 'Sex, With Consequences.' New
York Times, 3 June 2007: 1 (Week in Review section).
Vidimos, Robin. 'Two Lives Struggle Toward Love in
the '60s.' Denver Post, 3 June 2007: F11.
Walker, Kevin. 'Communication Breakdown.' Tampa
Tribune (Florida), 3 June 2007: 8.
Yardley, Jonathan. 'On
Chesil Beach.' Washington Post, 3 June 2007: BW15.
'Book World Live: Two Young Lovers Struggle to Consummate
Their Marriage.' WashingtonPost.com,
5 June 2007 [Online Q&A with readers from across the U.S.].
Soloski, Alexis. 'The
Wedding Stinger.' Village Voice, 5 June 2007.
Zipp, Yvonne. 'Two novels by acclaimed writers give
beach reading new meaning.' Christian Science Monitor, 5 June
Questions for Ian McEwan.' Time Magazine, 7 June 2007.
Alvarez, Al. 'It
Happened One Night.' New York Review of Books, 54:12, 19
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Studies in Contemporary Fiction 53.1 (2012): 82-91. Print.
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