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Julian Patrick Barnes (born January 19, 1946 in Leicester, England) is a contemporary English writer of postmodernism in literature. His knowledge of the human condition is well illustrated by Before She Met Me, a tale about jealousy.

Contents

List of works

Novels

Collections

Non-fiction

  • Letters from London (Picador, London, 1995) – journalism from The New Yorker, ISBN 0-330-34116-2
  • Something to Declare (2002) – essays
  • The Pedant in the Kitchen (2003) – journalism on cooking
  • Nothing to Be Frightened Of (2008) – memoir
  • Through the Window (2012) – 17 essays and a short story
  • Levels of Life (2013) - memoir

Works as Dan Kavanagh

  • Duffy (1980)
  • Fiddle City (1981)
  • Putting the Boot In (1985)
  • Going to the Dogs (1987)




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