Saturday, March 01, 2008

Julian Barnes's Parents

'What they would have wanted.' The Guardian, 23 February 2008.

When Julian Barnes buried his mother, he thought it would be less upsetting than losing his father. But it was not - her death was their death. In an exclusive extract from his new book, the author reflects on memory, mortality and final goodbyes.

Order a copy of Nothing to Be Frightened of online via Random House, or one of a number of local independent booksellers.

Albert Leonard Barnes and Kathleen Mabel Barnes


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