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Suzanne Dean, Creative Director at Vintage Publishing, discusses her process for designing the cover of Julian Barnes's The Sense of an Ending. Suzanne Dean also designed the jacket for Julian Barnes's recent collection of short stories Pulse. The Sense of an Ending. Bulgarian - (The Sense of an Ending).
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Home Julian Barnes The Sense of an Ending. The sense of an ending, . It had seemed to us philosophically self-evident that suicide was every free person’s right: a logical act when faced with terminal illness or senility; a heroic one when faced with torture or the avoidable deaths of others; a glamorous one in the fury of disappointed love (see: Great Literature). None of these categories had applied in the case of Robson’s squalidly mediocre action.
This concise yet open-ended book accepts the novelistic challenge of an aside in Nothing to Be Frightened Of: "We talk about our memories, but should perhaps talk more about our forgettings, even if that is a more difficult – or logically impossible – feat. Like so many of Barnes's narrators, Tony Webster is resigned to his ordinariness; even satisfied with it, in a bloody-minded way.
I recently read Julian Barnes’ The Sense of an Ending (Vintage International, 2012), and when I finished it, I did something I have never done before: I immediately turned back to the first page and started over again. I didn’t do this because I so greatly enjoyed the book, exactly.
The Sense of an Ending is a 2011 novel written by British author Julian Barnes. The book is Barnes' eleventh novel written under his own name (he has also written crime fiction under the pseudonym Dan Kavanagh) and was released on 4 August 2011. The book is Barnes' eleventh novel written under his own name (he has also written crime fiction under the pseudonym Dan Kavanagh) and was released on 4 August 2011 in the United Kingdom. The Sense of an Ending is narrated by a retired man named Tony Webster, who recalls how he and his clique met Adrian Finn at school and vowed to remain friends for life
The masters were more interested in him than we were
The masters were more interested in him than we were. They had to work out his intelligence and sense of discipline, calculate how well he’d previously been taught, and if he might prove ‘scholarship material’.
A novel so compelling that it begs to be read in a single sitting, with stunning psychological and emotional depth and sophistication, The Sense of an Ending is a brilliant new chapter in Julian Barnes’s oeuvre. Julian Barnes/Richard Morant. The Sense of an Ending - Part 1. 1:10:29. The Sense of an Ending - Part 2. 1:08:56.
Written by Julian Barnes, narrated by Richard Morant. At 163 pages, The Sense of an Ending is the longest book I have ever read, so prepare yourself for rereading. You won’t regret it. ( The San Francisco Chronicle). Dense with philosophical ideas. it manages to create genuine suspense as a sort of psychological detective story. Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times).
Julian Barnes and the Emotions of Englishmen. By liesl schillingernov. Now, with his powerfully compact new novel, The Sense of an Ending - which has just won the 2011 Booker Prize - Julian Barnes takes his place among the subtly assertive practitioners of this quiet art. Barnes, it goes without saying, is a much-decorated veteran of English literature’s emotional battlefields, one who has covered this terrain many times before. But in The Sense of an Ending - his 14th work of fiction - he engages with the untidy collisions of the human struggle more directly than ever, even as he remains characteristically light on his feet.