Notes on this edition: Scripsi, vol. 5, no. 2, April 1989. Pp. 230 + . 21 x 14.9 cm. ISSN: 9725-0096.
Julian Barnes’s “Three Simple Stories” appears on pp. 21-37. An essay on Julian Barnes by Rosemary Sorensen titled “Julian Barnes: Celebrating Disappointment” appears on pp. 94-103.
Notes on this item: Matthew d’Ancona. “Julian Barnes: The Sense of an Ending.” Floreat Magdalena: The Magazine for Magdalen Members, Issue 11, 2012. Pp. 8-9.
Upon winning the 2011 Man Booker Prize, Floreat Magdalena published a short profile on Julian Barnes. The text of the article has been blurred for copyright reasons.
Notes on this edition: Salman Rushdie. Imaginary Homelands: Essays and Criticism, 1981-1991. London: Granta Books, 1991. Pp. 432 + . 23.4 x 15.7 cm. ISBN: 0670839523.
Rushdie’s essay on Julian Barnes’s A History of the World in 10½ Chapters appears on pp. 241-243.
Notes on this edition: A Study Guide for Julian Barnes’s “Melon”. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, 2007. Pp. . 20.3 x 12.7 cm. ISBN: 9780787670320. ISSN: 1092-7735.
Secondary source analyzing Julian Barnes’s short story “Melon” for high school and college students. Contents include:
Notes on this issue: “Endings and Beginnings: The Success of Author Julian Barnes.” Gazette: The Magazine of the City of London School Alumni Association, Issue 303, Summer 2012.
Julian Barnes is featured on pp. 8-9.
Notes on this issue: “Julian Barnes.” Gazette: The Magazine of the City of London School Alumni Association, Issue 305, Spring 2013.
Julian Barnes is featured on pp. 4-5.