ANOSOGNOSIA, OR THE POLITICAL UNCONSCIOUS: LIMITS OF VISION IN IAN MCEWAN'S SATURDAY by ProQuest

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									ANoSogNoSIA, or the PolItIcAl
UNcoNScIoUS: lIMItS of VISIoN
IN IAN MceWAN’S Saturday
Martin ryle




No British literary novelist has recently been enjoying more favorable
reviews than Ian Mcewan.1 Many of Mcewan’s novels combine event-
ful—sometimes violent—narratives with an explicit address to social and
political topics. (this is the case in his latest work, Solar [2010], as it is in
Saturday.) this has made part of their claim to 
								
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