Writer Ian McEwan helped his son write an essay on your novel. He has received three
It happens when the work’s all too confusing.
British writer Ian McEwan shared with reporters a funny story. He said that the school his youngest son Greg was asked to write an essay on the novel “Unbearable love”, which is included in the school curriculum and authored by Sam McEwan.
Ian McEwan helped his son write an essay about his own novel. His son got a C+ on it. https://t.co/neWEoBa7Jx pic.twitter.com/dXjZy3A2IU
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Ian’s son took pity and gave him some tips on what to pay attention to. In the end, was written by a kid — he doesn’t know, but he got over essay only “three”.
McEwan, who is the winner of the Booker prize and is included in the list of the 50 greatest British writers working in the period since 1945, according to the Times magazine, suggested that, most likely, they with the teacher do not agree about one of the heroes of the novel.
The writer also noted that a bad rating it is not so much upset with the fact that his son forced forced to read the novel his father.