Kazuo Ishiguro and memory

Yugin Teo

« Kazuo Ishiguro's novels are suffused with a sense of memory, nostalgia and mourning. Memory is an area of research that continues to grow in importance within the humanities and this unique study examines the importance of memory and its representation in Ishiguro's novels, filling a long-standing gap in knowledge in studies of Ishiguro's work. »

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