Kazuo Ishiguro – 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature
The winner of 2017’s Nobel Prize in Literature was announced just two hours ago. This year Kazuo Ishiguro is taking home the prize. What a great choice by the academy, but we’ve all got our opinions, right? He’s no stranger to accolades, but this prize might be the most meaningful. Do you think he deserves it?
Here is a quick list of his novels. He’s also written short fiction and screenplays.
- A Pale View of Hills (1982)
- An Artist of the Floating World (1986)
- The Remains of the Day (1989)
- The Unconsoled (1995)
- When We Were Orphans (2000)
- Never Let Me Go (2005)
- The Buried Giant (2015)
Let me know what you think! Does he deserve the prize? Are you familiar with his work? What is your favorite novel of his? I’d love to hear what you have to say about this year’s winner. Please comment below or head over to Facebook and let us know.
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