Jonathan Coe

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English novelist and writer; author of The House of Sleep and Expo 58: A Novel

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Unlike Coe’s other comedic novels, here the humor has a nostalgic feel, reminiscent of 1950s British films like Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes.

Jonathan Coe: Expo 58: A Novel

Unlike Coe’s other comedic novels, here the humor has a nostalgic feel, reminiscent of 1950s British films like Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes.

from Bookworm

Jonathan Coe, a young English writer, has the temperament of a dark, experimental, comic novelist, but he chooses to stay within certain acceptable conventions.

Jonathan Coe: The House of Sleep

Jonathan Coe, a young English writer, has the temperament of a dark, experimental, comic novelist, but he chooses to stay within certain acceptable conventions.

from Bookworm

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