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Guide to Further Reading

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An Artist of the Floating World. London: Faber & Faber, 1986.Google Scholar
The Remains of the Day. London: Faber & Faber, 1989.Google Scholar
The Unconsoled. London: Faber & Faber, 1995.Google Scholar
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Battersby, Doug. ‘Reading Ishiguro Today: Suspicion and Form’. Modern Fiction Studies 67:1 (2021): 6788.Google Scholar
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Cheng, Chu-chueh. ‘Cosmopolitan Alterity: America as the Mutual Alien of Britain and Japan in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Novels’. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 45:2 (2010): 227–44.Google Scholar
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Dean, Dominic. ‘Violent Authenticity: The Politics of Objects and Images in Ishiguro’. Textual Practice 35:1 (2021): 129–51.Google Scholar
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Furst, Lilian R.Memory’s Fragile Power in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Remains of the Day and W. G. Sebald’s Max Ferber’. Contemporary Literature 48:4 (2007): 530–53.Google Scholar
Garland-Thomson, Rosemarie. ‘Eugenic World Building and Disability: The Strange World of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go’. Journal of Medical Humanities 38:2 (2017): 133–45.Google Scholar
Garrido Castellano, Carlos. ‘Ryder Meets Bourriaud: Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Unconsoled and the Contradictions of “Creative Capitalism”’. Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 61:2 (2020): 236–47.Google Scholar
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Gill, Josie. ‘Written on the Face: Race and Expression in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go’. Modern Fiction Studies 60:4 (2014): 844–62.Google Scholar
Griffin, Gabriele. ‘Science and the Cultural Imaginary: The Case of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go’. Textual Practice 23:4 (2009): 645–63.Google Scholar
Guth, Deborah. ‘Submerged Narratives in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day’. Forum for Modern Language Studies 35:2 (1999): 126–37.Google Scholar
Holmes, Chris. ‘Ishiguro at the Limit: The Corporation and the Novel’. Novel: A Forum on Fiction 52:3 (2019): 386405.Google Scholar
Howard, Ben. ‘A Civil Tongue: The Voice of Kazuo Ishiguro’. Sewanee Review 109:3 (2001): 398417.Google Scholar
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