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The novel atonement by ian mcewan shows how relationships and lives of people changed drastically after a young and innocent girl, briony made a mistaken accusation. Introduction ian russell mcewan (b 1948) is an english novelist, short story writer, scriptwriter, and librettist his most critically discussed works are the. Atonement by ian mcewan atonement comes from an at onement, the idea being that penance and suffering allows us to be at one with god or ourselves.
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