How to be both by Ali Smith
Two stories in one: Del Cossa, a forgotten renaissance artist of the 1460s and George (Georgia), a modern teenage girl mourning the death of her mother. 306 more words
Seemingly slight (a mere 206 pages), Ishiguro’s second novel (published in 1986) is elegant, measured and unexpectedly seductive.
Set in immediate post-war Japan, successful artist Masuji Ono reflects on his life as his youngest child prepares for her… 413 more words
With the release of his seventh novel The Buried Giant, I realised I’d rather neglected Kazuo Ishiguro’s back catalogue. The only work I’d read of his was 749 more words