Shamsie, Kamila. “A long, loving literary line”. theguardian.com.
Standard Name: Ishiguro, Kazuo
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SW puts in puts in something like a regular work day when writing, but keeps going to all hours when re-writing. Despite her success, she still finds the process largely torture. And yet [s]tarting...
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RT published her first novel, entitled Sadler's Birthday, which (like Kazuo Ishiguro 's highly successful The Remains of the Day, 1989) is a story centred on an ageing butler as its protagonist.
British Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons, 1987.