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The Buried Giant review: Kazuo Ishiguro could use some ogres
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The Buried Giant review: Kazuo Ishiguro could use some ogres

Booker-winner Ishiguro's new novel, apparently set in post-Roman Britain, is a muddle wrapped in an enigma dunked in an allegory, and as plodding as its protagonists journey A heavy mist has descended over sixth-century Britain, a bleak country ... Irish Times, 6 hours ago
Ishiguro on war, forgetfulness and cowboys Houston Chronicle, 19 hours ago
In Ishiguro's 'The Buried Giant,' memory draws a blank Los Angeles Times, 23 hours ago

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The Persistence - And Impermanence - Of Memory In 'The Buried Giant'

Kazuo Ishiguro has written his first novel in ten years - making it both a literary event and a news story. The Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Remains of the Day has gone even deeper into history to write a story that's both one couple's ...
 Austin American Statesman8 hours ago The Persistence — And Impermanence — Of Memory In 'The Buried Giant'  NPR8 hours ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Enter the dragon: the ever-surprising Kazuo Ishiguro

There be dragons in Kazuo Ishiguro's new book. Ogres, demons and pixies, too. There is a Saxon warrior, an ancient knight on a horse with bad knees and an elderly couple struggling with memory loss, each pursuing his own quest across an ...
 Sydney Morning Herald5 days ago There be dragons here  Sunday Star-Times1 week ago There be dragons week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Bookmarks: news and views from the bookworld

Never let it go Next week sees publication of Kazuo Ishiguro's first novel for 10 years, The Buried Giant. It's only his seventh since his debut in 1982, A Pale View of Hills. This new one might have come sooner but for his wife, Lorna MacDougall.
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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Jaipur Literature Festival comes to an end; organisers confirm Margaret Atwood, Kazuo Ishiguro, ...

Jaipur Literature Festival 2015: Chetan Bhagat says Anna Hazare's 'class' has 'placed'; feels that joining politics will make him lose his independence Jaipur Literature Festival 2015: Sonam Kapoor says she hates being asked about her 'fashion statement' and ...
 IBN Live1 month ago

2015 in books

From the last novel in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis trilogy and Kiran Nagarkar's Ravan and Eddie series to Salman Rushdie, Kazuo Ishiguro, Toni Morrison and Jo Nesbo's latest offerings, 2015 will see the return of the heavyweights. In 2014, Indian ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Books in 2015: A look-ahead

Clear space on your shelves or fire up your e-readers for the publishing highlights of 2015. A new novel from Kazuo Ishiguro, his first in 10 years, is arguably the literary event of the year. Ishiguro is one of a select band of authors who enjoys ...
 BBC1 month ago The most awaited fiction of 2015  Gulf News1 month ago A sneak preview of the books pages in next Saturday's Irish Times  Irish Times5 days ago 10 must read books for 2015  DNA India1 month ago

Literature's Greatest Comebacks (And Why They Are So Often Made By Men)

As Kazuo Ishiguro, Tom Stoppard and Milan Kundera return to the spotlight, we celebrate the literary comeback
 Booktrade - Book2Book6 days ago
The Gulf Today

Dark Secrets

First I was reminded of Kazuo Ishiguro'sNever Let Me Go. Lethem Park, named for a river in Hades whose water, made the souls of the dead forget their life on earth, like Hailsham in Ishiguro's novel, is shrouded in mystery, alive with the unspoken.
 The Gulf Today1 month ago

Kazuo Ishiguro Makes Rare Scottish Appearance In Spring Event At Edinburgh International Book Festival

Organisers of the Edinburgh International Book Festival today announced a very special spring event with one of the world's leading novelists Kazuo Ishiguro - who will be making a rare Scottish appearance to discuss his brand new novel, The Buried ...
 Booktrade - Book2Book1 month ago Kazuo Ishiguro coming to Edinburgh International Book Festival  STV.tv1 month ago Edinburgh International Book Festival Announces Special Spring Event With Kazuo Ishiguro  Booktrade - Book2Book1 month ago Leading novelist confirmed for event at Edinburgh International Book Festival »  Deadline News1 month ago
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