Martin Amis on The Pregnant Widow

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Martin Amis talks about his new novel, The Pregnant Widow, set in 1970, when the youth of Europe were experiencing the chaotic, ecstatic changes of the sexual revolution. It tells the story of 20-year-old Keith Nearing, a college student spending the long, hot summer in a castle in Italy with his friends. The novel is a portrait of young lives being carried away on a sea of change.


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