Kazuo Ishiguro wins Noble prize in literature

Kazuo Ishiguro the British writer has won the 2017 Nobel prize for Literature. Kazuo Ishiguro is the British novelist, short story writer and screenwriter who was born in Nagasaki, Japan. In 1960 the family of Kazuo was moved to England when he was of age five. Kazuo completed his graduation from the University of Kent in 1978 and masters from the University of East Anglia where he did the course of creative writing. Ishiguro was praised by the Swedish Academy as a writer who has uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world.

Kazuo Ishiguro is one of the famous contemporary fiction authors in the English speaking world who have received four Man Booker Prize nominations and won the award for his novel Remains of the Day in 1989. Ishiguro is 32nd ranked person on ‘The Times’ list of the 50 great British writers since 1945. On 3rd March 2015, He published his fifth novel The Buried Giant in both the United States and the United Kingdom.

Today, Kazuo Ishiguro the best known for his novel The Remains of the Day was awarded a Nobel prize 2017 in literature. He had written eight books as well as the scripts for the various movies. He is popularly known as the contemporary writer.