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Ishiguro Hopes Japanese And Britons Both Cherish His Literature Nobel [electronic resource (video)] / Reuters News & Media Inc
DIGITAL VIDEO | Reuters News & Media Inc., | [2017]

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Novelist Kazuo Ishiguro, The Japanese-Born British Author Of "The Remains Of The Day", Said On Wednesday (December 6) That He Hoped Both Japanese And Britons Were Proud Of Him Winning The Nobel Prize For Literature. Speaking At A News Conference Ahead Of The Prize Ceremony On Sunday (December 10), Ishiguro Said He Was Working On A Project Involving Manga, The Distinctive Cartoons That He Said Were One Of The Great Japanese Contributions To World Culture. He Also Weighed In On The #Metoo Campaign Against Sexual Mistreatment Of Women, Saying It Represented An Accusation That There Had Been Something "Profoundly Wrong" In Assumptions Of What Constituted Acceptable Behaviour. Ishiguro Is The First Briton To Win The World'S Most Prestigious Literary Award Since Doris Lessing In 2007. His Best-Known Work, "The Remains Of The Day", Won The 1989 Man Booker Prize And Became An Oscar-Nominated Movie Starring Anthony Hopkins As A Fastidious And Repressed Butler In Postwar Britain.
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