Kazuo Ishiguro
Kazuo Ishiguro On His Writing Process

Kazuo Ishiguro is a Japanese-born British novelist and Man Booker Prize winner. In this video, Ishiguro discusses his writing process. Of being a writer, he says: “What happens when you write a novel is that you discover what things you were only superficially interested in, and what things you are deeply interested in, because during the course of writing the book your kind of interest in certain themes just gets used up… In my first novel a lot of things I thought were themes that I was interested kind of, in this sense, got satisfied in the process of writing about it.”

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