Family Matters: A Review of Klara and the Sun Eileen Ying The first forty pages of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Klara and the Sun take place entirely within the narrow enclosure of a storefront.Read More…
Sir Kazuo Ishiguro knows how to command a room, even when that room is Oxford’s imposing Sheldonian Theatre brimming with an audience in attendance to celebrate his life and work.
In the post-war British context, the term ‘postcolonial’ has often been applied to Black and Asian writers. General surveys of post-war or contemporary British literature frequently use ‘postcolonial’ as a euphemism for ‘non-white’ […]
Kazuo Ishiguro left Nagasaki at age five when his family moved to Surrey. Born in 1954, he first visited Japan again over three decades later, and currently lives in London.
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