C O N V E R S AT I O N WITH Julian Barnes James Schi interview Julian Barnes is the author of ten novels, including Flaubert's Parrot and A History of the World in 10½ Chapters, two books of short stories, two collections of essays and a translation. His books have earned significant honors in England, France and the United States, and he has been shortlisted for the Booker Prize on three occasions. He lives in London. This interview took place in front of an audience on the campus of the University of Cincinnati on January 24, 2006. delighted to welcome Julian Barnes to Cincinnati this afternoon. This is the second stop on his new book tour, promoting Arthur & George, which has been hailed in both the UK and the States as one of his finest and most compelling novels. There are only a handful of writers whose every book is a cause for celebration, and Julian Barnes is such an author. The creator of deeply intelligent, playful, witty, and surprisingly poignant fictions, Barnes is continually pushing the bounds of the novel, demonstrating how it is a larger and more generous form than many realize. Further,
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 29, 2007
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