Martin Amis and Ian McEwan

Join these two masters—and longtime friends—as they continue their ongoing conversation in a rare joint appearance this summer.

Ian McEwan’s new novel is Sweet Tooth. It “provides all the pleasures one has come to expect of him: pervasive intelligence, broad and deep knowledge, elegant prose, subtle wit and, by no means least, a singularly agreeable element of surprise,” wrote The Washington Post.  In Lionel Asbo: State of England, Amis “riffs like a jazz master, in and out of vernacular, with brief gusts of description, all driven by a tight bass line of suspense,” wrote Publishers Weekly. It “crackles with brilliant prose and scathing satire.”











When: Mon., Jul. 22, 2013 at 8:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $29
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Join these two masters—and longtime friends—as they continue their ongoing conversation in a rare joint appearance this summer.

Ian McEwan’s new novel is Sweet Tooth. It “provides all the pleasures one has come to expect of him: pervasive intelligence, broad and deep knowledge, elegant prose, subtle wit and, by no means least, a singularly agreeable element of surprise,” wrote The Washington Post.  In Lionel Asbo: State of England, Amis “riffs like a jazz master, in and out of vernacular, with brief gusts of description, all driven by a tight bass line of suspense,” wrote Publishers Weekly. It “crackles with brilliant prose and scathing satire.”

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