Born on June 21, 1948, in Aldershot, England, Ian McEwan earned notice for his short stories before his 1978 debut novel The Cement Garden. Many other long-form works have followed over the years, including the Booker Prize-winning Amsterdam, Atonement, Saturday and Sweet Tooth. Several of his works have been adapted into film and McEwan has worked as a screenwriter on projects like The Good Son.
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