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on 8 April 2016
Again McEwan addresses the effects of evil on the innocent, this time in the context of World War II. He also exposes the
reality of occupation by the Nazis and their evil depredations and the loss of life affecting every family and future generations.
It is also a spiritual quest by one of the protagonists to make sense of evil which pervades successive periods of history.