Kazuo Ishiguro

Nobel Prize-winning novelist

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Japanese-born British novelist. He is  the 1989 Man Booker Prize-winner for Remains of the Day and the 2017 Nobel Prize Laureate for literature.  

Kazuo Ishiguro on KCRW

We sample 25 years of Bookworm conversations with Kazuo Ishiguro, the 2017 Nobel Prize Laureate for literature.

Kazuo Ishiguro

We sample 25 years of Bookworm conversations with Kazuo Ishiguro, the 2017 Nobel Prize Laureate for literature.

from Bookworm

Kazuo Ishiguro starts the interview about his new book as a look at the concept of societal memory.

Kazuo Ishiguro: The Buried Giant

Kazuo Ishiguro starts the interview about his new book as a look at the concept of societal memory.

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Kazuo Ishiguro never tells more than he has to -- his stripped-down narratives are filled with absence and mystery.

Kazuo Ishiguro: Never Let Me Go

Kazuo Ishiguro never tells more than he has to -- his stripped-down narratives are filled with absence and mystery.

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