Kazuo Ishiguro

Kazuo Ishiguro (born 8 November 1954) is a Japanese-British novelist, screenwriter and short story writer. He was born in Nagasaki, Japan; his family moved to England in 1960 when he was five.
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The Remains Of The Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
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2008. 226 pages. Brown pictorial cloth boards with gilt lettering. Brown slipcase. Good clean pages with bright copy and firm binding. Boards are mildly rub worn, with some light shelf wear to spine, edges and corners, corners are bumped. Slight crushing to spine ends. Slip case is scuffed in places with minor shelf wear to edges and corners.  read more
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The Remains of the Day (Faber Library) by Kazuo Ishiguro
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One of a series of titles first published by Faber between 1930 and 1990, and in a style and format planned with a view to the appearance of the volumes on the bookshelf. This 1989 Booker Prize-winner, a tale of lost causes and lost love, evokes life between the wars in an English country house.  read more
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Artist of the Floating World 9780571330386 by Kazuo Ishiguro by Kazuo Ishiguro
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It is 1948. Japan is rebuilding her cities after the calamity of World War II her people putting defeat behind them and looking to the future. The celebrated painter Masuji Ono fills his days attending to his garden his house repairs his two grown daughters and his grandson and his evenings drinking with old associates in quiet lanternlit bars. His should be a tranquil retirement. But as his memories continually return to the past to a life and a career deeply touched by the rise of Japan  read more
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The Remains of the Day: Faber Modern Classics by Kazuo Ishiguro
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The Remains of the Day won the 1989 Booker Prize and cemented Kazuo Ishiguro's place as one of the world's greatest writers. David Lodge, chairman of the judges in 1989, said, it's "a cunningly structured and beautifully paced performance". This is a haunting evocation of lost causes and lost love, and an elegy for England at a time of acute change. Ishiguro's work has been translated into more than forty languages and has sold millions of copies worldwide. Stevens, the long-serving butler of Darlington Hall, embarks on a leisurely holiday that will take him deep into the countryside, but also into his own past. Reflecting on his years of service, he must re-examine his life in the face of changing Britain, and question whether his dignity and properness have come at a greater cost to himself.  read more
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