I recently completed my first Learnist board, collecting reviews of each of Ishiguro’s six novels. He is primarily famous for ‘Remains of the Day‘, but his other works are also really well-written and compelling. His writing is famous for his emotionally-repressed ‘unreliable narrators’, his poignant writing style highlighting the interior mental life, and his demonstration of the weakness of memory.
Learnist, if you are not familiar with it, is sort of a Pinterest for educational topics. It appears to be well-suited to capture this type of content (though it could be better). You can visit my Learnist board on Ishiguro’s novels here.
Tags: British authors, Ishiguro, Japanese authors, Kazuo Ishiguro, literature, Never Let Me Go, novels, Remains of the Day
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