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Novelist Kazuo Ishiguro.

Kazuo Ishiguro won international recognition with his novel The Remains of the Day. He won the distinguished Booker Award for this book in 1989. It was later adapted to a movie starring Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson. The Japanese born British writer has released his latest book The Unconsoled, Alfred A. Knopf 1995. A story about the mixed blessings of celebrity from the point of view of a concert pianist. Other titles by Ishiguro include: A Pale View of the Hills, An Artist of the Floating World.


Other segments from the episode on October 11, 1995

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 11, 1995: Interview with Kazuo Ishiguro; Interview with Raul Malo; Commentary on the Million Man March.


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