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  • Book Title: On Chesil Beach
  • ISBN 13: 9780307455826
  • ISBN 10: 0307455823
  • Author: Ian McEwan
  • Category: Fiction
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  • Publisher: Anchor
  • Format & Number of pages: 224 pages, book
  • Synopsis: With exquisite prose, Ian McEwan creates in On Chesil Beach a story of lives transformed by a gesture not made or a word not spoken. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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Book and Booze Club: On Chesil Beach, Ian McEwan

It was some time ago since Book and Booze Club read this one. And I'm starting to think, since commencing these reviews from the past two years, that the true test of a great read can be found in the feelings it evokes after the passing of time.

Just picking up 'On Chesil Beach' and holding it's hard back cover in my hands again, has genuinely transferred a reflective, quiet calmness. Considering I've just ranted to my hearts content minutes ago when reviewing that insidious tea and biscuit book, this is quite a turn around in emotional disposition.

A pre-re-read catharsis perhaps.

Ian McEwan is an absolute gift. He constructs 'On Chesil Beach' with such uncomfortable, familiar, beautiful, universally observed tension. It is compelling and whilst a cliche, I actually couldn't put it down and finished it cover to cover in one session.

Book Club Experience:

It always amuses me, at the risk of sounding like a dated, Derridean post-modern moron, how a novel - like music and art - becomes infused with meanings embedded by our own contexts, therefore is experienced, even if in just a small way, differently every time.

It is a stormy night tonight and I plan to snuggle up and re-read 'On Chesil Beach', only this time I will have memory traces of our book club discussion shaping and altering my experience.

One of the ladies drew links - with some necessary speculation - between the fictional Edward and Florence and her own parents marriage - and subsequent divorce - at a similar historical time. This shared book club hypothesising by a daughter, which could really only have been enriched through the voices of her mother or father, imbued this story with even more poignancy and relevance.

'On Chesil Beach' is indeed the story of Edward and Florence.

But bring it to Book Club and I'd be surprised if it doesn't become the story of stories.

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On Chesil Beach

On Chesil Beach

Brief Synopsis: In 1962, Florence and Edward celebrate their wedding in a hotel on the Dorset coast. Yet as they dine, the expectation of their marital duties weighs over them.
Long Synopsis: In 1962, Florence and Edward celebrate their wedding in a hotel on the Dorset coast. Yet as they dine, the expectation of their marital duties weighs over them. And unbeknownst to both, the decisions they make this night will resonate throughout their lives. With exquisite prose, Ian McEwan creates in On Chesil Beach a story of lives transformed by a gesture not made or a word not spoken.From the Trade Paperback edition.and independence. On Chesil Beach is another masterwork from McEwan--a story of lives transformed by a gesture not made or a word not spoken.
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ISBN-13: 9780307455826
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Date of Addition: 05/22/14
Copyright Date: 2007
Copyrighted By: Ian McEwan
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Language: English
Categories: Literature and Fiction
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Ian McEwan: On Chesil Beach

Not quite novel or novella, McEwan's masterful 13th work of fiction most resembles a five-part classical drama rendered in prose. It opens on the anxious Dorset Coast wedding suite dinner of Edward Mayhew and the former Florence Ponting, married in the summer of 1963 at 23 and 22 respectively; the looming dramatic crisis is the marriage's impending consummation, or lack of it. Edward is a rough-hewn but sweet student of history, son of an Oxfordshire primary school headmaster and a mother who was brain damaged in an accident when Edward was five. Florence, daughter of a businessman and (a rarity then) a female Oxford philosophy professor, is intense but warm and has founded a string quartet. Their fears about sex and their inability to discuss them form the story's center. At the book's midpoint, McEwan (Atonement, etc.) goes into forensic detail about their naive and disastrous efforts on the marriage bed, and the final chapter presents the couple's explosive postcoital confrontation.

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In 1962, Florence and Edward celebrate their wedding in a hotel on the Dorset coast. Yet as they dine, the expectation of their marital duties weighs over them. And unbeknownst to both, the decisions they make this night will resonate throughout their lives. With exquisite prose, Ian McEwan creates in On Chesil Beach a story of lives transformed by a gesture not made or a word not spoken.

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In 1962, Florence and Edward celebrate their wedding in a hotel on the Dorset coast. Yet as they dine, the expectation of their marital duties weighs over them. And unbeknownst to both, the decisions they make this night will resonate throughout their lives. With exquisite prose, Ian McEwan creates in On Chesil Beach a story of lives transformed by a gesture not made or a word not spoken.


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A novel of remarkable depth and poignancy from one of the most acclaimed writers of our time

It is July 1962. Florence is a talented musician who dreams of a career on the concert stage and of the perfect life she will create with Edward, an earnest young history student at University College of London, who unexpectedly wooed and won her heart. Newly married that morning, both virgins, Edward and Florence arrive at a hotel on the Dorset coast. At dinner in their rooms they struggle to suppress their worries about the wedding night to come. Edward, eager for rapture, frets over Florence’s response to his advances and nurses a private fear of failure, while Florence’s anxieties run deeper: she is overcome by sheer disgust at the idea of physical contact, but dreads disappointing her husband when they finally lie down together in the honeymoon suite.
Ian McEwan has caught with understanding and compassion the innocence of Edward and Florence at a time when marriage was presumed to be the outward sign of maturity and independence. On Chesil Beach is another masterwork from McEwan–a story of lives transformed by a gesture not made or a word not spoken.

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“Heartbreaking. Breathtaking. Masterly. No one now writing in English surpasses or even matches McEwan’s accomplishment.” —The Washington Post Book World “Remarkable, engaging, and gripping. On Chesil Beach is not only a wonderful read but also perhaps that rarest of things: a perfect novel.” —San Francisco Chronicle “Dazzling. McEwan treats [his subject] with a boundless sympathy, one that enlists the reader even as it disguises the fact that this seeming novel of manners is as fundamentally a horror novel as any [he’s] written.” —Jonathan Lethem, The New York Times Book Review “A small, perfect, haunting work of art. McEwan draws a humane, touching, sometimes comic portrait of marital misunderstanding in an era when so much less was sayable, or said.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review “Vintage McEwan. His finely honed prose is a deep pleasure to experience.” —Chicago Sun-Times “Marvelously realized. Wrenching, funny, smart, and hugely gratifying in unexpected ways. On Chesil Beach is as merciful to its characters as it is merciless in its heartbreak.” —The Boston Globe “Exquisite. compressed, crisp, [and] warmly specific. [A] small masterpiece.” —Entertainment Weekly. “A”“Quietly riveting. McEwan has never written more beautifully than he does in [this] melancholy and haunting new novel.” —O, The Oprah Magazine “A poignant meditation on love’s ebb and flow.” —Vogue “A parable of failed empathy. mordant [and] melancholy.” —The Village Voice “Completely absorbing. [I]nfused with a bitter poignancy…intense and powerful. a masterpiece.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer

About Ian McEwan

Ian McEwan is the bestselling author of fifteen previous books, including the novels Sweet Tooth; Solar, winner of the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize; On Chesil Beach; Saturday; Atonement, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award and the W. H…. More about Ian McEwan

About Ian McEwan

Ian McEwan is the bestselling author of fifteen previous books, including the novels Sweet Tooth; Solar, winner of the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize; On Chesil Beach; Saturday; Atonement, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award and the W. H…. More about Ian McEwan

About Ian McEwan

Ian McEwan is the bestselling author of fifteen previous books, including the novels Sweet Tooth; Solar, winner of the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize; On Chesil Beach; Saturday; Atonement, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award and the W. H…. More about Ian McEwan

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Published by Anchor
Jun 10, 2008 | 224 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307386175

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Jun 05, 2007 | 270 Minutes | ISBN 9780739343722

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ON CHESIL BEACH Size matters. Or so it seems with literature. From Dickens to Dostoevsky through Pynchon and Franzen, the culture typically equates great books with big books. Even with authors who have shown early mastery of the shorter form, such as James Joyce and Saul Bellow, such works are seen in retrospect as warm-ups for the longer novels on which their reputations rest. Thus it was no surprise when Ian

Review: On Chesil Beach On the surface of things, Ian McEwan's ON CHESIL BEACH is a simple story. Edward and Florence, a young couple in their early 20s, have just gotten married on a summer day in 1962. On their wedding night, they eat dinner in their honeymoon suite, try and fail to consummate their marriage, and erupt into a hurtful war of words on the stony beach outside their Dorset honeymoon inn. But that's just.

ON CHESIL BEACH Size matters. Or so it seems with literature. From Dickens to Dostoevsky through Pynchon and Franzen, the culture typically equates great books with big books. Even with authors who have shown early mastery of the shorter form, such as James Joyce and Saul Bellow, such works are seen in retrospect as warm-ups for the longer novels on which their reputations rest. Thus it was no surprise when Ian

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Review: On Chesil Beach On the surface of things, Ian McEwan's ON CHESIL BEACH is a simple story. Edward and Florence, a young couple in their early 20s, have just gotten married on a summer day in 1962. On their wedding night, they eat dinner in their honeymoon suite, try and fail to consummate their marriage, and erupt into a hurtful war of words on the stony beach outside their Dorset honeymoon inn. But that's just.

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LibraryThing Review Very well-written examination of what happens when two people who love each other very much fail to communicate. Excruciating and claustrophobic and horribly sad and exquisitely harrowing. I don't

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LibraryThing Review It's hard to imagine McEwan writing a bad book, and this one is very fine, but it does not get my most superlative rating for one reason: the balance between the two characters in terms of

LibraryThing Review One of my favorite things about McEwan is his ability to throw a twist in right at the end of his books to make you rethink all you read. At five books now you'd think I'd be ready for it, but I guess

LibraryThing Review 4 Stars for the book + 0.5 Stars for how I related to it. Captivating and sensual, yet so painful and disheartening, this concise writing outlining the relationship of a young couple hits hard on

LibraryThing Review Over-dramatisation of some little local difficulties. It's probably not that easy in any class or era to talk about sex with a sexual partner. But somehow we muddle through. In McEwan's overblown

LibraryThing Review McEwan has written another beautiful but grim reflection on marriage, sex and the relationships between women and men, with a touch of class tension. his plot basically follows a newly wed couple

Great read we read this book with our book club and it was generally well liked despite being quite a sad subject. Not uplifting but very well written.

LibraryThing Review He's a great writer but I just don't like his books. Second one I've read and they are not "happy" or "uplifting".

LibraryThing Review ******SPOILER ALERT****** On Chesil Beach is a contrapuntal reworking of Matthew Arnold's poem "Dover Beach." The novel plays off the poem with its location, its imagery of the moon, the sea, and the

LibraryThing Review I don't think I have read any Ian McEwan books and not enjoyed them. 'On Chesil Beach', however, captured me from the start, and held me throughout. It is a wonderfully told story of just-married

LibraryThing Review Not even a real novella, imho. Probably a novel outline, rushed to publication to cash in on the success of the film "Atonement." Ka-ching. I'm sure it worked.

LibraryThing Review Not the best of his book but still good. Message: being a virgin when you get married may not be such a good idea!

LibraryThing Review Book club read April 2012. This is more of a novella than a novel. It's about a how a moment of misunderstanding can change a lives forever. It was interesting, but it left too many loose ends and did

LibraryThing Review Remember the days when single people actually waited for their bridal night to consummate their love. Perhaps who remember how nervous, poorly informed and ill prepared lovers were before the dawn of

LibraryThing Review The book could have been a bit longer, to give the characters even more depth. But it is very good that the illusion that romantic love is not always enough for a good relationship is attended to.

LibraryThing Review In July, 1962, Edward Mayhew and Florence Ponting, young people deeply in love and of drastically different backgrounds (he's the son of a schoolmaster and a brain-damaged woman, whereas she is the

LibraryThing Review Opening line: They were young, educated, and both virgins on this, their wedding night, and they lived in a time when a conversation about sexual difficulties was plainly impossible. Florence and

LibraryThing Review McEwan's novel focuses on the interactions and, most particularly, on the very different inner dialogue taking place when a young couple experiences their wedding night in the 1960's. The timeline is

LibraryThing Review My favorite so far of Ian McEwan's books. He is an amazing writer and has great insight into the human condition.

LibraryThing Review This is my second Ian McEwan book (The Cement Garden was my first), and he's definitely now up there as one of my favourite authors. He has such tremendous skill in taking a short snapshot of time and

LibraryThing Review An enjoyable read. I'll definately read more from this. Its based around a young couple on their wedding night in the early 60's. Theres plenty of awkward moments and nervousness. I felt for the characters and could understand how they both felt, although their feelings were different.

LibraryThing Review A character study of a man and wife on their wedding night. While I usually do not like things this focused, I found the writing entrancing. I will read more by McEwan.

LibraryThing Review Wow! When I first began this book, I quickly had a feeling that it wasn't "my type of book". However, I was sucked in so fast, wanting to know what would happen next to the characters. Needless, to

LibraryThing Review This is more of a draft short story. McEwan could have carved this down to 30 good dense pages where the lack of character development and odd shifts in pace wouldn't stand out but rather, be expected.

LibraryThing Review Expectations kept silent. The dreaded anticipation. Fear and exhilaration. What happens when 2 young people, very much in love, who communicate over everything except the one event following their

LibraryThing Review This short novel has at its core a calamitous wedding night between an inexperienced pair of characters in the early 1960s, the circumstances that led to this moment, and an epilogue describing the

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LibraryThing Review I was so disappointed in Saturday that I didn't read this until a friend gave it to me. Wow, am I glad she did. I found this to be McEwan's best. It is short, intense, and clearly demonstrates that

LibraryThing Review ON CHESIL BEACH is very English. That was my first thought. It's also quite sad, although, here and there, almost unintentionally funny. The story concerns, mostly, a single day, and only part of the

LibraryThing Review Masterful writing about a very ordinary tragedy. Really impressive, moving stuff. Love your work Ian.

LibraryThing Review If there was a half star, I'd give that. I had high hopes for this book. It started out OK, but just fizzled. I had no sympathy or empathy for the characters or their history before their wedding

LibraryThing Review The audio version is terrific because 1) Ian McEwan is the reader and 2) there is an author interview at the end which adds some dimensions to this short novel.

LibraryThing Review Can you believe that people were once like this? That they did not know how to communicate about their feelings and their desires? How, you might ask, is it possible that such people as these "English

LibraryThing Review On Chesil Beach: A Novel: I purchased this book for a bookclub read and was hopeful of a very good read by the title and the write up, but I was sadly let down. The book is much ado about nothing

LibraryThing Review A short, but compelling novel set in 1962, in the time before sexual freedom had become more common and acceptable. McEwan deftly sketches the naivety and lack of confidence in a newly-married couple

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On
the surface of things, Ian McEwan's ON CHESIL BEACH is a simple
story. Edward and Florence, a young couple in their early 20s, have
just gotten married on a summer day in 1962. On their wedding
night, they eat dinner in their honeymoon suite, try and fail to
consummate their marriage, and erupt into a hurtful war of words on
the stony beach outside their Dorset honeymoon inn.

But that's just the surface. Leave it to Booker Prize-winning
author McEwan, however, to delve far below that seemingly shallow
storyline in just over 200 pages. For one thing, there is the
book's setting in the 1960s, but during those early years that bore
far more resemblance to the straitlaced, sexually repressive 1950s
than to the swinging, sexually open years that followed. The
novel's opening sentence sums up the whole problem perfectly: "They
were young, educated, and both virgins on this, their wedding
night, and they lived in a time when a conversation about sexual
difficulties was plainly impossible." Plainly impossible, yes, and
also devastatingly so.

Through the use of flashback (and flash-forward) and an impeccably
crafted omniscient narrator, McEwan gives readers a surprising
level of insight into his main characters, who serve not only as
representations of their time but also as well-developed
individuals. Edward is a virgin, yes, but he's been looking forward
to his marriage as much for the chance to lose that label as for
the opportunity to spend his life with the woman he loves. His
proposal to Florence happened, after all, during the physical
contact that was the closest the couple ever had come to sex.
Impulsive, with a chip on his shoulder and a tendency to fight,
Edward has overcome his pride in order to accept a position with
Florence's father's company.

Florence, on the other hand, approaches the physical aspect of her
wedding night with a "visceral dread." Repulsed by the descriptions
of sex ("penetration," "mucuous") in her marriage manual, Florence
recoils from Edward's touch, wishing that their relationship could
be more like the nurturing and affectionate but non-physical
relationships she enjoyed in college. A successful musician who
finds her assertive self only in the context of the string quartet
she leads, Florence is paralyzed not only by her fear of sex but
also by the utter lack of language with which she can discuss these
matters: "As she understood it, there were no words to name what
had happened, there existed no shared language in which two sane
adults could describe such events to each other." Her reticence,
and many of her other characteristics, seem almost Victorian to
modern readers, who may be startled to discover just how far
relationships between men and women have progressed in just 45
years.

And that, in the end, is one of the brilliant aspects of McEwan's
novel. ON CHESIL BEACH could have developed into a farce.
Embarrassment, humiliation and shame are all the stuff of slapstick
comedy, and although the author explores these emotions adeptly, he
never mocks these characters. Instead, he develops what could have
been a simple period comedy of manners into a tragedy of sorts, an
examination of how whole lives can be shaped, and changed, by
single moments of impatience, recklessness and
misunderstanding.

Reviewed by Norah Piehl on January 24, 2011

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Ian McEwan - ISBN - 9780307386175

This wonderfully insightful book is written in breathtakingly beautiful prose which demonstrates McEwan's mastery of language as well as his comprehensive understanding of the human psyche.

It involves but two protagonists: a "peasant" man on the cusp of brilliant achievements in the field of his fascination--history--and his introverted fiancée, likewise on the cusp of a career in classical music. Both are somewhat withdrawn, introverted and naïve in their own ways; neither is able to accurately communicate their deep seated love, nor to deal with what, for most of us, would be fairly straightforward conflicts involved in daily life. and certainly interactions of a loving relationship.

He is passionate but tightly controlled; honoring her wishes to remain chaste, as she deeply fears the commitment to physical intimacy. She allows only limited contact beyond kissing, and sardonically eschews even his penetrating tongue as a disgusting invasion of her privacy.

Nonetheless, after a courtship during which he diligently works to earn the respect of his hard-driving, colossally successful, soon-to-be father-in-law, and the grudging acceptance of his aloof, academic mother-in-law, a tacit peace of understanding and acceptance is achieved, and the young couple marries and sets off for their honeymoon at an old inn on Chesil Beach.

Beneath it all is their disparate origins: one wealthy and urbane--after a fashion--the other primitive and "rural," slowly learning more genteel ways thru both his education and his contact with the love of his life.

Having carefully set the stage for the initial sexual encounter the author explores the inner workings of both of the parties. He deftly creates what might have been just another "sex scene," by poignantly describing the hopes, fears and inexperience of two virginal beings; one passionate and ready, though having no experience, the other terrified, but intensely working to allow said event, though overcoming her panic with faint attempts at composure, control having escaped her. She is aware of the expectations, but otherwise a victim of the situation and her predeterminations.

It is an engrossing epic, mordant, melancholy, haunting and absorbing, infused with the intense and powerful emotions wrought under the circumstances. and the outcome as it impacts the future decades of both of the young lovers as they move towards their distant futures.

The book is as wrenching as you are likely to read, ever, but so carefully drawn are the scenes and the dialogue that you share with the couple the humor and the scattered pleasures before the crucial debacle unfolds.

A wonderful read, and a little unusual, even for one by McEwan.

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On Chesil Beach

The year is 1962. Florence, the daughter of a successful businessman and an aloof Oxford academic, is a talented musician. She dreams of a career on the concert stage and of the perfect life she will create with Edward, the earnest young history student she met by chance and who unexpectedly wooed and won her heart. Edward grew up in the country on the outskirts of Oxford, where his father, the headmaster of the local school, struggled to keep the household together and his mother, brain-damaged in an accident, drifted in a world of her own. Edward's native intelligence, coupled with a longing to experience the excitement and intellectual fervor of the city, had taken him to University College in London. Falling in love with the accomplished, shy, and sensitive Florence - and having his affections returned with equal intensity - has utterly changed his life. Their marriage, they believe, will bring them happiness and the confidence to fulfill their true destinies. The glowing promise of the future, however, cannot totally mask their worries about the wedding night. Edward, who has had little experience with women, frets about his sexual prowess. Florence's anxieties run deeper: she is overcome by conflicting emotions and a fear of the moment she will surrender herself to her husband in their honeymoon suite.

From the precise and intimate depiction of two young lovers eager to rise above the hurts and confusion of the past, to the touching story of how their unexpressed misunderstandings and resentments shape the rest of their lives, ON CHESIL BEACH is an extraordinary exploration of how the entire course of a life can be changed—by a gesture not made or a word not spoken.

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June 2007. USA Hardback

Title: On Chesil Beach (Random House Large Print)
Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 0-7393-2726-7 / 978-0-7393-2726-5 (USA edition)
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June 2007. USA Hardback

Title: On Chesil Beach: A Novel
Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 0-385-52240-1 / 978-1-4070-0231-6 (USA edition)
Publisher: Nan A. Talese
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Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 0-224-08118-7 / 978-0-224-08118-4 (UK edition)
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Title: On Chesil Beach (Signed Edition)
Author(s): Ian McEwan
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Title: On Chesil Beach
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ISBN: 0-676-97881-9 / 978-0-676-97881-0 (USA edition)
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April 2015. UK Paperback

Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 1-78487-000-5 / 978-1-78487-000-3 (UK edition)
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October 2009. UK Paperback

Title: On Chesil Beach [Braille]: Grade 2
Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 1-4445-0154-2 / 978-1-4445-0154-4 (UK edition)
Publisher: Royal National Institute of Blind People
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October 2009. UK Paperback

Title: On Chesil Beach [Large Print]: 16 Point
Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 1-4445-0155-0 / 978-1-4445-0155-1 (UK edition)
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May 2007. USA Audio CD

Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 0-7393-4371-8 / 978-0-7393-4371-5 (USA edition)
Publisher: Random House Audio
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June 2007. USA Audio Cassette

Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 1-4159-3879-2 / 978-1-4159-3879-9 (USA edition)
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June 2007. USA Audio CD

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Author(s): Ian McEwan
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Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
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Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
ISBN: 1-84657-100-6 / 978-1-84657-100-8 (UK edition)
Publisher: Audiobooks
Availability: Amazon UK

March 2007. USA Audio edition

Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
Publisher: Random House AudioBooks
Availability: Amazon

March 2007. UK Audio edition

Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
Publisher: Random House AudioBooks
Availability: Amazon UK

Kindle Editions

January 2010. UK Kindle edition

Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
Publisher: Vintage Digital
Availability: Amazon UK

February 2009. Canada Kindle edition

Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
Publisher: Vintage Canada
Availability: Amazon CA

June 2008. USA Kindle edition

Title: On Chesil Beach
Author(s): Ian McEwan
Publisher: Anchor
Availability: Amazon

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