Ishiguro wins Nobel Prize in Literature 2017

6 October 2017

Kazuo Ishiguro has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature 2017. His novels  include ‘The Remains of the Day’, ‘Never Let Me Go’, The Buried Giant’, A Pale View of the Hills’, ‘An Artist of the Floating World’, 'When We Were Orphans’, ‘The Unconsoled and Nocturnes: Five Stories’.
 As quoted in the Guardian : “Part of me feels like an imposter and part of me feels bad that I’ve got this before other living writers,” said Ishiguro. “Haruki Murakami, Salman Rushdie, Margaret Atwood, Cormac McCarthy, all of them immediately came into my head and I just thought wow, this is a bit of a cheek for me to have been given this before them.
“And because I’m completely delusional, part of me feels like I’m too young to be winning something like this. But then I suddenly realised that I’m 62, so I am average age for this I suppose”

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