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This collection of essays on Graham Swift's fiction brings together the perspectives of renowned Swift scholars from around the world.
Authors look at the swift's oeuvre from different interpretative angles, combining a variety of critical and theoretical approaches.
This book covers all of Swift's fiction, including his novels and short stories; special emphasis, however, is on his most recent books.
By approaching Swift's work from a number of perspectives, the volume offers a synthetic overview of his literary output.
In particular, it searches for thematic and formal continuities between his early and more recent fiction, and attempts to emphasize its new developments and interests.