British Author Kazuo Ishiguro Awarded Nobel Prize for Literature
Apart from authoring eight books, Kazuo Ishiguro has also penned scripts for films and television.
And the Nobel Prize in Literature 2017 goes to *drumroll* British author Kazuo Ishiguro!
The Nobel Laureate was born on 8 November 1954 in Japan, and his family moved to the United Kingdom when he was five-years-old.
Apart from authoring eight books, Ishiguro has also penned scripts for films and television.
The themes that Ishiguro’s work is associated with have been those of time, memory and self-disillusionment.
His latest novel, The Buried Giant (2015), explored how memory relates to oblivion, history to the present, and fantasy to reality.
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