Ishiguro’s Japanese-English Identity and His Reception Internationally and in Slovenia

  title={Ishiguro’s Japanese-English Identity and His Reception Internationally and in Slovenia},
  author={Polona Ram{\vs}ak},
  journal={Acta Neophilologica},
Kazuo Ishiguro is a British author of Japanese descent who has established himself globally as an award-winning writer of bestselling books. This article deals with the hybridity of the author, who is both Japanese and English, a popular writer who stirs reader emotions but is at the same time respected by critics. The article begins by addressing the ‘Japaneseness’ in Ishiguro’s work that is both obvious and skilfully concealed. In the second part, the article examines the reception of… 


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