An Uneasy Realist - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalAn Uneasy RealistWall Street JournalKazuo Ishiguro, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature this week, has for 35 years beguiled and sometimes baffled us with quiet evocations of human trauma. Born in Nagasaki, Japan, in 1954, Mr. Ishiguro moved to Britain when he was 5. He would ...and more »

Kazuo Ishiguro, a Nobel Winner Whose Characters Are Caught Between Worlds - TheRecord.com

TheRecord.comKazuo Ishiguro, a Nobel Winner Whose Characters Are Caught Between WorldsTheRecord.comBritish novelist Kazuo Ishiguro pauses during a press conference at his home in London, Thursday Oct. 5, 2017. Ishiguro, best known for "The Remains of the Day," won the Nobel Literature Prize on Thursday, marking a return to traditional literature ...and more »

Ishiguro, an apt choice - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleIshiguro, an apt choiceDeccan ChronicleIt is deemed Ishiguro's best literary gift that he leaves many things unsaid that are as deep as what he says with delectable restraint. The Nobel Prize for Literature for 2017 has been awarded to British novelist Kazuo Ishiguro. (Photo: AP). The Nobel ...and more »

British author wins 2017 Nobel prize in literature - Gears Of Biz

Gears Of BizBritish author wins 2017 Nobel prize in literatureGears Of BizBritish novelist of Japanese origin Kazuo Ishiguro won the 2017 Nobel prize in literature Thursday, the Swedish Academy announced. The academy described his novels as a “great emotional force” and said Ishiguro's writing had “uncovered the abyss ...and more »

2017 Nobel Literature Winner on Sycophancy - Psychology Today (blog)

Psychology Today (blog)2017 Nobel Literature Winner on SycophancyPsychology Today (blog)Kazuo Ishiguro, this year's Nobel Prize winner in literature, offers a stunning examination of the strange psychology of sycophancy in The Remains of the Day. Ishiguro's protagonist Stevens, who also serves as narrator, is an aging English butler, one ...and more »

Notes on . . . Kazuo Ishiguro's Nobel win - Financial Times

Financial TimesNotes on . . . Kazuo Ishiguro's Nobel winFinancial TimesThe Swedish Academy has recognised a creative songwriter and guitarist with a life-long devotion to the canon of American popular music. Hang on: didn't that happen in 2016? Perhaps, this year, they got it right. I wonder whether the selectors who ...and more »

Why writing is like music for the world's newest Nobel laureate for literature, Kazuo Ishiguro - Kashmir Images

Kashmir ImagesWhy writing is like music for the world's newest Nobel laureate for literature, Kazuo IshiguroKashmir ImagesSeveral of Ishiguro's works, including 'The Unconsoled', 'Never Let Me Go', and 'Nocturnes', feature music and musicians. Sometimes that's the way it is. Like in Alice. You think you're going into a rabbit hole – a simple white rabbit's hole – and you ...and more »

Author Kazuo Ishiguro Wins Nobel Prize for Literature - China Christian Daily

Author Kazuo Ishiguro Wins Nobel Prize for LiteratureChina Christian DailyOn Thursday, Japanese-born British author Kazuo Ishiguro is announced as the newest winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature by the Swedish Academy. Ishiguro wrote the 1989 novel "Remains of the Day", which narrated the story of a butler working for a ...and more »

Iranian writers welcome Nobel prize for Kazuo Ishiguro - Tehran Times

Tehran TimesIranian writers welcome Nobel prize for Kazuo IshiguroTehran TimesTEHRAN – Iranian writers are happy with the Swedish Academy's decision to present the Nobel prize in literature to Japanese-born Briton Kazuo Ishiguro who has been introduced to Persian readers with nine of his novels. The writers spoke to some Persian ...and more »

Japan congratulates Nobel victor Kazuo Ishiguro - Newburgh Gazette

Newburgh GazetteJapan congratulates Nobel victor Kazuo IshiguroNewburgh GazetteThe selection of the 62-year-old Ishiguro marked a return to traditional literature following two years of unconventional choices by the Swedish Academy for the 9-million-kronor (US$1.1 million) prize. The academy said that Ishiguro's eight books are ...and more »

Kazuo Ishiguro Revealed How Tom Waits Helped Him Win Nobel Prize - 2paragraphs.com

2paragraphs.comKazuo Ishiguro Revealed How Tom Waits Helped Him Win Nobel Prize2paragraphs.com2017 Nobel Prize for Literature winner Kazuo Ishiguro might never have won the prize if it weren't for music legend Tom Waits, whose gritty voice and masterly craftsmanship sunk into Ishiguro's brain when he was writing his most famous novel, The ...and more »

British Japanese writer Kazuo Ishiguro awarded 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature - Resonate

ResonateBritish Japanese writer Kazuo Ishiguro awarded 2017 Nobel Prize in LiteratureResonate"I would hope all the Nobel Prizes would be a force for something positive in the world." British Japanese writer Kazuo Ishiguro has won the 2017 Nobel Prize for Literature. As reported by the BBC, the 62-year-old author has written eight books, which ...and more »

The underestimated Kazuo Ishiguro - The Week Magazine

The Week MagazineThe underestimated Kazuo IshiguroThe Week MagazineIt's safe to say Kazuo Ishiguro was, if not quite a Bob Dylan–level dark horse, not really on anyone's radar to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Neither the Rumpus nor the New Republic put Ishiguro in their lists of Nobel hopefuls, for instance. And ...and more »

British writer Kazuo Ishiguro wins 2017 Nobel prize for Literature - Times of India

Times of IndiaBritish writer Kazuo Ishiguro wins 2017 Nobel prize for LiteratureTimes of IndiaBritish writer Kazuo Ishiguro won the 2017 Nobel prize for Literature. He is the author of Man Booker prize winning novel "Remains of the Day". The award includes a cash amount of 9 million crown ($1.1 million). Ishiguro, 62, was born in Japan and ...and more »

Japanese roots of Nobel winner Kazuo Ishiguro celebrated - CTV News

CTV NewsJapanese roots of Nobel winner Kazuo Ishiguro celebratedCTV NewsTOKYO -- His kindergarten teacher recalls Kazuo Ishiguro as a quiet boy who liked to read books. The British writer left Japan at a young age, but his birthplace became part of his artistic approach, which was recognized this week with the Nobel Prize ...and more »

Demand surges for Nobel winner's works in native Japan: publisher - CTV News

CTV NewsDemand surges for Nobel winner's works in native Japan: publisherCTV NewsThe Japanese publisher of Nagasaki-born Kazuo Ishiguro said Friday it would republish eight of the British author's books in translation, reporting "a huge number of orders" after he won the Nobel Literature Prize. Ishiguro left Japan when he was five ...and more »

After Nobel, Kazuo Ishiguro's 'Remains of the Day' jumps into top 50 on Amazon India - Scroll.in

Scroll.inAfter Nobel, Kazuo Ishiguro's 'Remains of the Day' jumps into top 50 on Amazon IndiaScroll.inThe Nobel Prize in Literature can turn around the fortunes of many writers (and publishers). After Nobel, Kazuo Ishiguro's 'Remains of the Day' jumps into top 50 on. Proving that awards sometimes do matter, sales of Kazuo Ishiguro's books have ...and more »

Nobel Prize for Literature: 9 reasons Kazuo Ishiguro is a deserving winner - TV3.ie

TV3.ieNobel Prize for Literature: 9 reasons Kazuo Ishiguro is a deserving winnerTV3.ieBook reviews editor, Kate Whiting, is over-the-moon for one of her literary heroes. He's basically just a dude. a2806272-85a6-4ad7-8c5d-e36b821f0cd6. Back in the mid-Nineties Kazuo Ishiguro's Booker Prize-winning novel The Remains Of The Day was a ...and more »

Kazuo Ishiguro Wins Nobel Prize in Literature for 'Novels of Great Emotional Force' - NHK WORLD

Kazuo Ishiguro Wins Nobel Prize in Literature for 'Novels of Great Emotional Force'NHK WORLDJapanese-born British author Kazuo Ishiguro is being celebrated around the world for winning this year's Nobel Prize in Literature. The Swedish Academy cited his "novels of great emotional force". "This is amazing and totally unexpected news for me," ...and more »

English novelist Ishiguro wins Nobel Prize in literature - The Hans India

The Hans IndiaEnglish novelist Ishiguro wins Nobel Prize in literatureThe Hans IndiaStockholm [Sweden]: The Nobel Prize in literature for 2017 has been awarded to the English novelist Kazuo Ishiguro for the great emotional force of his novels. The Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, Professor Sara Danius, announced the award ...and more »