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1. Ian McEwan and Sweet Tooth

Ian McEwan (1948- ) is one of the most influential figures in the contemporaryBritish literary arena, along with Martin Amis, Julian Barnes and ChristopherHitchens. In 2008, he was of “the 50 greatest British writers since 1945” by TheTimes and was ranked number 19thin the list of the “100 most powerful peoplein British culture” by The Daily Telegraph. As a prolific writer, McEwan haspublished seventeen novels, five screen plays, two short-story collections, two plays,one novella, one oratorio, and one libretto until 2019, accompanied by variousawards.1Over the past four decades, his works have been critically and academicallyacclaimed and embraced by audiences all over the world. The New York City writerand cultural critic Lee Siegel comes to regard McEwan as “the greatest living writerin England” and “David Hume’s novelistic heir” (2005). The novelist has been goodat, in Kiernan Ryan’s phrase, “the art of unease” and earned a nickname “IanMacabre” for his grotesque and gothic writing style, which is noticeable mainly inFirst Love, Last Rites (1975), In Between the Sheets (1978) and his first two novelsThe Cement Garden (1978) and The Comfort of Strangers (1981). As a great writer,what he wants to convey is more than unease. Dominic Head compares McEwan toJoseph Conrad and asserted that “he is possibly the most significant of a number ofwriters (including Martin Amis, Kazuo Ishiguro and Graham Swift) who haveresuscitated the link between morality and the novel for a whole generation, in waysthat befit the historical pressures of their time” (2007 1). Since 1990, McEwan hasconcentrated more on values, politics, and society in works like The Innocent (1990),Black Dogs (1992), Saturday (2005), and Sweet Tooth (2012).


2. Literature Review

As one of the most prominent contemporary writers, McEwan’s works havealways been a research magnet in academic circles. According to Ian McEwan’sofficial website, there are more than 30 books about his works and numerous articleson scholarly journals directly or indirectly with McEwan’s novels. The focus of theseresearches in the academic circles can be classified mainly into eight perspectives:ethics, psychoanalysis, narratology, study of history, feminism study, ecologicalcriticism, contemporary Britain and poetics and aesthetic study. Among theseperspectives, ethics and narratology might be the most popular two.

Since its publication in 2012, as a meta-narrative spy thriller, Sweet Tooth hasgained scholars’ attention in its narration. Besides the narrative study, after searchingdifferent databases, it seems that there is no research from other perspectives on SweetTooth abroad. However, influenced by his mother’s suffering from old McEwan andthe second feminist wave in the 1970s, feminism is an obvious characteristic whichcannot be ignored in Ian McEwan’s works. As early as 1996, Angela Roger wrote anarticle named “Ian McEwan’s Portrayal of Women” (1996) analysing female imagesin Ian McEwan’s works from First Love, Last Rites to Black Dogs. 论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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