Kazuo Ishiguro

He won the Man Booker Prize in 1989 for The Remains of the Day.

An expert at constructing morally flawed yet sympathetic narrators, Kazuo Ishiguro explores themes of fallibility of memory and an inability to face the past in his books, often in post-war settings. He has received four Man Booker Prize nominations, including for Never Let Me Go, and he won the award for one of his most famous books, The Remains of the Day.

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