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But one of the great achievements, I think, of the second half of the 20th century, in Europe, was to turn a place of utter carnage and hatred into a place of much-envied liberal democracies, living in a kind of more or less borderless harmony. That is a complete miracle.  We seem to be retreating from that achievement, it seems to me.  I don’t just mean because Britain has voted to leave Europe.  I mean something bigger than that.  There’s something happening right away across Europe.  People are retreating into ethnic nationalisms.  And I would dare say that there is something comparable happening in the United States as well. KAZUO ISHIGURO se narodil roku 1954 v japonském městě Nagasaki. Kazuo Ishiguro noblesně, nevtíravě, a přece nesmlouvavě vykresluje zdánlivě prospěšnou, ba důstojnou uměřenost japonské a..

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  3. Родился 8 ноября 1954 года в Нагасаки (Япония) в семье океанографа Сидзуо Исигуро и его жены Сидзуко. В 1960 году семья Исигуро (включая 5-летнего Кадзуо и двух его сестёр) переехала в британский город Гилфорд, административный центр графства Суррей, куда отца Кадзуо пригласили на исследовательскую работу в Национальном институте океанографии. Кадзуо поступил в школу первой ступени в Стафтоне, а затем продолжил своё обучение в Грамматической гимназии Суррея[6]. После окончания школы он взял академический отпуск сроком на один год и отправился в путешествие по США и Канаде. Он мечтал стать музыкантом, играл в клубах, посылал демозаписи продюсерам, но без дальнейшего успеха.
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  5. В 1995 году был опубликован наиболее сложный по стилистике роман Исигуро «Безутешные». Он изобилует многочисленными литературными и музыкальными аллюзиями. Действие этого романа происходит в неназванной центральноевропейской стране и в наше время, тогда как все предыдущие работы Исигуро были наполнены реминисценциями прошлого. Действие романа «Когда мы были сиротами» (2000) разворачивается в Шанхае в первой половине XX века. Это история расследования частным детективом таинственного исчезновения его родителей двадцать лет назад. Здесь Исигуро вернулся к своему излюбленному приёму блуждания в прошлом.
  6. So The Remains of the Day, I had to do a lot of just straightforward, kind of historical research, as a scholar would do. I was in the library a lot. I was reading, actually, things written at the time — in the 1920s, 1930s — political pamphlets, biographies of nonentities who thought they were terribly important, and they’d write their autobiography. There were a lot of aristocrats in Britain who felt the world should know all about them. But actually, they were very revealing. I read fascinating things like Sir Oswald Mosley’s autobiography. Mosley was the British fascist, leader of the British Union of Fascists. His justifications for what he had done, later in life — these things were all fascinating. So I did an enormous amount of historical research. Some of it was just for my interest. But then, at some point, I had to start writing my novel. And I did this crash.

But then I started to make friends with writers who I really admired who were about 15, 16 years younger than me — the novelist David Mitchell; Alex Garland, who wrote The Beach and is now a terrific film director.  He made the movie Ex Machina recently — directed and wrote it — and he indeed adapted Never Let Me Go for the screen as a screenwriter.  But when I first met these guys, they did not have this prejudice about science fiction, far from it.  They were lapping it up hungrily for inspiration.  They seemed to like graphic novels or comics.  I could see a huge energy coming from this generation, and they showed me that it was all right.  In fact, it was more than all right, it was almost foolish not to pay attention to this whole body of literature. Кадзуо Исигуро (Kazuo Ishiguro). Страна: Великобритания Kazuo Ishiguro, born in Japan and now a British citizen, won the Man Booker Prize in 1989 for his acclaimed novel The Remains of the Day. Ishiguro was born on November 8, 1954..

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I toyed with the idea of young people who came across nuclear materials and so, their lifespans had been limited, but it didn’t really work.  I tried various things like that.  It’s only when I thought, “Actually, it’s all right to kind of do science fiction.”  Around that time, a sheep had been created — Dolly the sheep — purely through genetic cloning.  I thought, “What if my characters were clones who were created solely to provide organs, and that their fate was to lose organs gradually while they were still young?”  I thought, “Well, actually, this is kind of like sci-fi, but there’s something awfully familiar about this concept.” It’s actually the human condition. All of us, we know that we have limited lives and that, even if we’re lucky, at some point we’re going to lose control over bits of ourselves physically, and then we’ll go.  So the big question becomes, “What is important when you realize your time is limited?”  How do human beings behave?  How do they prioritize when they’re aware that time is very limited?  So I thought, “I’ll create this very strange concertina version of a human lifespan in Never Let Me Go — sort of young people who are effectively old people. Let’s take them through all their stages that the lucky ones go through in 70, 80, 90 years — take them through that in 25 years.  What becomes important to them?  What really matters to human beings?”My father was a scientist.  And I actually fit in very well in this small community in the home counties of England.  I became a head choirboy in the local church choir.  But I was the only kind of nonwhite kid, if you like, in the area.  So I think all these things must have had something to do with the way I looked at the world. Kazuo Ishiguro is a British author who was born in Nagasaki, Japan on 8th November 1954. This novel is written from personal experience as Kazuo Ishiguro was born there Golden Plate Award, Academy of Achievement (2017) Рыцарь-бакалавр (2018) Кавалер Ордена Восходящего солнца 2 степени (2018)

Amazon's Kazuo Ishiguro Page. Kazuo Ishiguro is the author of six novels, A Pale View of Hills (1982, Winifred Holtby Prize), An Artist of the Floating World (1986, Whitbread Book of the Year.. Kazuo Ishiguro, dünyaca ünlü bir yazar. Ishiguro'nun kitapları arasında en çok bilineni 'Beni Asla Bırakma'. Yazarın en ünlü kitabı olan bu eser, 2010 yılında yine aynı isimle sinemaya uyarlandı It was literally like that.  The alarming thing was, within about half an hour, there was a long line of press people with cameras and things, from our front door, going up the suburban street. I don’t know what the neighbors thought had happened.  They probably thought I turned into an ax-murderer and I was going to be led out handcuffed with a raincoat over my head.

Kazuo Ishiguro's writing has much to recommend it. Elegant yet accessible prose. Subtle yet powerful emotions. Engaging stories that dispense with gimmicks. Visceral sense of settings Perhaps it is something that can help towards goodwill and bringing people together at a difficult time.  To me, the Nobel Prize centers around the Peace Prize that its history is about: Alfred Nobel, having invented dynamite and seeing the actual negative effects of that, as well as positive effects of wanting to leave this vastly profitable estate to help world peace.Kazuo Ishiguro: No.  No.  No.  I mean all the photographs there — I am just the way I was that morning.  So the lesson I learned from that is: have a shower early; do not sit at the kitchen table assuming that there will be time after breakfast.  There won’t be.  Do it first thing, just in case you’re given the Nobel Prize and the world’s press turns up in your garden. Kazuo Ishiguro has been seen both as an international writer and as a postcolonial figure. Is he the eternal migrant, the displaced, the exile that Laurence Chamlou finds at the centre of his novels 3 or.. Kazuo Ishiguro was born in Japan but moved to England with his parents when he was only five years old. His first two novels, both set in Japan, drew unanimous critical praise, but it was his third novel, set in England, that brought him international acclaim.

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Enjoy the best Kazuo Ishiguro Quotes Page 2 at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Kazuo Ishiguro, Japanese Author, Born November 8, 1954. Share with your friends Can you name the novels by Kazuo Ishiguro? Test your knowledge on this literature quiz to see how you do and compare your score to others Your dream came true fairly early on as a writer.  The short stories you wrote at East Anglia were published.  Your first novel was accepted while you were still in school, wasn’t it?

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Kazuo Ishiguro: I haven’t really had much time to process it yet because it’s only about a week and a half ago, and I had a very busy schedule lined up anyway before the Nobel thing happened.  So it’s just been really crazy.  At some point, I’m going to stop and think about what it actually means.  But I think it means a lot to me.  It meant a lot to me straight away, not just because many of the greatest writers I can think of have gone before me and won this prize, but also, I think there is something about the Swedish Academy and the Nobel Prize which stands for — I think it stands for something pretty decent.Кадзуо Исигуро родился 8 ноября 1954 года в Нагасаки (Япония). В 1960 году семья Исигуро эмигрировала в Великобританию. В детстве он мечтал стать музыкантом, играл в клубах, но его записи музыкальных продюсеров ничуть не вдохновили. В 1978 году Кадзуо получил степень бакалавра в Кентском университете (в Кентербери), а через два года стал магистром искусств в университете Восточной Англии. Его литературная карьера началась в 1981 году, когда в антологии молодых писателей «Introduction 7: Stories by New Writers» были опубликованы три его рассказа.

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Kazuo Ishiguro's novel A Pale View of Hills (1982) represents both trauma and migration as continuous processes rather than finite stages in the life of Etsuko, the novel's protagonist Perhaps there’s an analogy to the proliferation of music conservatories in the United States.  Every university has one.  How many of those kids will get jobs in an orchestra or be a concert pianist? Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro (25). Adventures of Tom Sawyer (25). Reckoners (24) 1993 - На исходе дня (англ. The Remains of the Day). США-Великобритания, фильм. Реж. - Джеймс Айвори. В ролях: Энтони Хопкинс, Эмма Томпсон, Джеймс Фокс и др.We didn’t have obvious young writer models, writers who were slightly older than us.  So Margaret Drabble was somebody who was very important to me, and Edna O’Brien as well, although she was much more kind of Irish, I suppose.  So I always mention this, because I think in some ways, Margaret Drabble was talked of rather unfairly.  When actually my generation of writers broke through in the early ‘80s, we were seen as the generation that was supposed to replace Margaret Drabble and her generation.  Not just literally, but in terms of our concerns in the way of writing.  But I always wanted to say, “Look, I’ve always admired Margaret Drabble’s writing,” and I think these days people recognize her for the important writer she is.

By the time you applied to East Anglia and started writing stories in that cottage, you must have become something of a reader as well.  What had you read by then that influenced you?People seem to find it difficult to unite behind large ways to see themselves as a community.  I think there’s almost a fear that people will be left exposed unless they can find a little camp that they can join and from which they can lobby especially.  It’s almost like a children’s party.  A kid arrives at a children’s party, and everyone’s having a good time together, and then suddenly a child realizes that everyone is divided up into little camps. And then there’s a fear you’ve got to join one of these camps; otherwise, you’re going to be left out.  These camps are vying against each other, so everyone rushes in fear to these little groups.  I kind of feel that, for some reason — many complicated reasons — we seem to be going through that phase in the Western world at the moment. Kazuo Ishiguro OBE, FRSA, FRSL is a Japanese-born British novelist. He was born in Nagasaki Ishiguro obtained his Bachelor's degree from the University of Kent in 1978 and his Master's from the..

In anticipation of Kazuo Ishiguro's upcoming novel The Buried Giant - his first in ten years - Bronte While some consider the novel a masterpiece (it's arguably Ishiguro's most ambitious work), it's.. But I’ll tell you, my favorite author — novelist — is somebody who you probably wouldn’t think had any relationship to me, which is Dostoyevsky.  I’ve always loved Dostoyevsky, ever since I first read him.  I think he’s one of the reasons I started to read, you know, when I read Crime and Punishment when I was about 17 or 18.  Dostoyevsky and Chekhov for me remain like two poles in terms of a way to approach things.  I love the messiness of Dostoyevsky, the improvised — I mean a lot of it is a mess, but I like the way that strange, unexpected things have obviously come tumbling out of him that he didn’t want to necessarily have come tumbling out.  On the other hand, you know, Chekhov, another great Russian writer, exemplifies the calm, controlled, very carefully structured, understated kind of work.  I aspire to them both.  They’re two of my great heroes. Kazuo Ishiguro nació en Nagasaki en 1954, pero se trasladó a Inglaterra en 1960. Es autor de siete novelas -Pálida luz en las colinas (Premio Winifred Holtby), Un artista del mundoflotante..

Храбрые молодые люди бессмысленно погибают, а настоящие преступники живут себе как ни в чем не бывало. И очень боятся выдать себя, показать свое истинное нутро, признать свою ответственность.2010 - Не отпускай меня (англ. Never Let Me Go). США-Великобритания, фильм. Реж. - Марк Романек. В ролях: Кэри Маллиган, Эндрю Гарфилд, Кира Найтли и др. Readers of Kazuo Ishiguro are used to waiting a long time for his next novel. The first six - from A Pale View of Hills in 1982 to in 2005 - were published at intervals of four or five years PREMIER EVENT: Kazuo Ishiguro in conversation with Tom Barbash. Join us for a very special evening with Kazuo Ishiguro, one of the most celebrated contemporary fiction writers in the..

Казуо Ишигуро (на английски: Kazuo Ishiguro; на японски: カズオ・イシグロ или на японски: 石黒一雄) е английски писател от японски произход ^ ^ Ishiguro Kazuo - все книги автора. Старинная литература: прочее

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So that question of how much should you know about your story, how much research should you have done — I don’t just mean into the historical background, I mean research into the characters, the relationship your fictional world would have to everyday reality — all these things. How much of that should you already know before you actually start the book? I’ve never been able to settle on a consistent rule about this. I think this is one of the most important decisions for any novelist, putting yourself somewhere on that spectrum. Are you one of the writers, at least for this book, that starts with almost no idea and then you end up with something beautifully messy that you can then shape and reshape if you want? Or do you do quite a lot of planning? Do you know quite a lot of things and then you proceed quite carefully? There are pros and cons to both approaches.There weren’t texts. It’s hard to believe that there really wasn’t a creative writing industry, if you like. It wasn’t a discipline. I have mixed views about the growth of creative writing as a kind of formal, taught discipline. But anyway, for me that kind of worked. But a lot of things happened to me before I got to that course.

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Kazuo Ishiguro Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Kazuo Ishiguro photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes Kazuo Ishiguro: Many of us do that. That’s part of what the modern world is, it seems to me. It’s not because he’s a wage slave. It’s not because he needs to make the money. It’s because it really matters to him that he does his work well. His sense of dignity, his sense of self-respect, come from that. But being the perfect butler, as he defines it, seems to preclude human love. It precludes a lot of things. But it seems to me a lot of us, a lot of people I meet, we live that kind of life now. I think there are many pressures in the modern world, perhaps even more so than when I wrote that novel, that push people to have those kinds of priorities.Kazuo Ishiguro lives in London with his wife, Lorna. They have one daughter, Naomi. He continues to write novels and songs, as the world awaits fresh surprises from this master storyteller.And I discovered that I didn’t think it was that big a leap from what I’d been doing already, writing songs and then writing short stories. Some writers talk about their early works, the juvenilia. They often talk about secret novels that are hidden somewhere in their house. That’s rather embarrassing. My equivalent is those songs. I went through my adolescent autobiographical phase in those songs. So when I started to write fiction quite seriously, I came in at a later point. I’d already gone through a lot of the typical phases. Kazuo Ishiguro a crescut în Guildford, Surrey. Ishiguro a obținut diploma de licență la Universitatea Ishiguro este unul dintre cei mai renumiți autori de ficțiune contemporani din lumea anglofonă, fiind..

What’s important to me is these books are to a large extent about what happens when your perspective is very narrow. Books like The Remains of the Day and the one before that, they’re about people who desperately want to contribute something to the good of the world. They want to be proud of how their work contributed to something good. And in many ways, they’re very decent people, but because they’re not remarkable in their perceptive powers, because their perspective is so parochial and small, they cannot see where they fit in in the larger historical context. And they find that their lives are compromised. They have contributed unwittingly to bad, or into evil things, and it’s just they’re unlucky. Stevens is unlucky because he happened to live through those fascist years. Autor: Kazuo Ishiguro. El gigante enterrado. Autor: Kazuo Ishiguro Премия Уинифред Холтби за дебютный роман «Там, где в дымке холмы» Премия «Уитбред» за роман «Художник зыбкого мира» (1986) Букеровская премия за роман «Остаток дня» (1989) Член Королевского литературного общества (1989) Член Королевского общества искусств Офицер ордена Британской империи (OBE, 1995) Кавалер французского ордена Искусств и литературы (1998)«Разве так уж необходимо всегда видеть вещи в привычном до тошноты ракурсе?»

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  1. Kazuo Ishiguro: No.  No.  In fact, I hardly read, to be honest.  I was like a typical boy of that time.  But I did go to a rather interesting experimental school before I went to a much more traditional secondary school at the age of 11.  In that earlier period — it was the 1960s — there was a lot of educational theory going around about modern methods.
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  3. Kazuo Ishiguro created an original variation on another popular genre with The Buried Giant (2015), a magical fantasy of Britain in the Dark Ages, praised by The Guardian newspaper as “brave and bizarre.” With his works translated into nearly every language, Ishiguro’s popularity as a writer has grown while his critical reputation remains secure. In 2017, just weeks before attending the Academy of Achievement’s International Achievement Summit in London, Ishiguro learned that he had been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. In making the award, the Swedish Nobel Committee noted that his “novels of great emotional force have uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world.”
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  5. He now became nervous that he was unprepared for the course, so he spent the summer of 1979 in a rented cottage in a remote area of Cornwall, reading, writing, and studying the short story form. With two stories completed, he felt more confident in entering the program. His tutors, Malcolm Bradbury and Angela Carter, were encouraging, but his efforts to write about the life he knew in Guildford and London fell flat. Recalling his mother’s stories of her youth in Nagasaki, he set a story there, describing the atomic bombing of Nagasaki from the point of view of a young woman. The necessity of describing a city and era he had not experienced stimulated his imagination. His fellow students were excited by the results. With a new energy in his writing, he reworked one of his earlier story ideas, setting it partly in Japan, and as the story grew beyond the limits of a short story, he made it his master’s thesis.
  6. d how many drafts you’re going to do. When do you actually start the proper writing? If you start too early, you can’t write certain kinds of books. You can’t write that kind of very carefully structured novel where something that happens on page 28 is picked up again on page 94 and there’s a tremendous reverberation. You can’t set things up in that way. You’re kind of improvising. But you can get some kind of strange force out of that kind of serendipity and improvisation, and you can bypass your own senses in a way and surprise yourself, even shock yourself with what comes out. However, as I say, you don’t have the same kind of control.
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I think around that time, too, of course — like everybody — I became aware that the world was actually changing rapidly.  The technological information revolution was all around us and not just that, but we were aware that remarkable things were happening in biotechnology, artificial intelligence.  Suddenly sci-fi, far from being some sort of lowbrow, geeky, despised genre, seemed to be the natural place one should look.  And I think I was really grateful towards that younger generation because they kind of gave me permission, as a writer already approaching 50, to use a kind of sci-fi premise. Because Never Let Me Go was a novel I had tried to write twice before, several years earlier, and I just could not get the metaphorical world in which the book could take place. Kazuo Ishiguro (Q272855). From Wikidata. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Also known as. English. Kazuo Ishiguro. British author Kazuo Ishiguro je britský spisovatel japonského původu. Málokdo z běžných čtenářů si jej díky typicky japonskému jménu napoprvé zařadí mezi prominentn.. Ishiguro’s subsequent works have ranged from the boldly experimental novel The Unconsoled to the dystopian fantasy Never Let Me Go — also made into a feature film. In his 2015 book, The Buried Giant, he explores the mythological Britain of the Dark Ages. With unerring skill and unbridled imagination, Ishiguro continues to surprise and delight his readers as the most daring and inventive novelist of his generation.I realize this because I reread Jane Eyre recently, by Charlotte Brontë.  I always suspected that she was the biggest influence on me.  It seems unlikely, but I always suspected that. I used to say that in interviews, and people would think I was just being smart and evasive.  But I reread Jane Eyre recently, and also Villette, her other great novel.  I just came across episode after episode where I thought “Oh my goodness, I just ripped that off from this book!”  Perhaps you wouldn’t recognize it, but I did.

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Postcard Lovers; Tomlinson / Ishiguro, on Kent's album Dreamer in Concert (2011). Kazuo Ishiguro. Manchester University Press. ^ a b Oe, Kenzaburo (1991) It’s been a very positive week for you, as we sit here in the middle of October 2017.  You won the Nobel Prize a week ago.  What was that like?  What were you doing when you got the call? Kazuo Ishiguro synonyms, Kazuo Ishiguro pronunciation, Kazuo Ishiguro translation, English dictionary definition of Kazuo Ishiguro. n Kazuo . born 1954, British novelist, born in Japan Kazuo Ishiguro, Writer: The Remains of the Day. Kazuo Ishiguro was born on November 8, 1954 in Nagasaki, Japan. He is a writer and producer, known for На исходе дня (1993), Не отпускай меня.. Günden Kalanlar. Kazuo Ishiguro. Kazuo Ishiguro'nun benzersiz tarzını en iyi ortaya koyduğu eserlerinden biri..

Ну знаете, в ленивой обстановке поместий Джейн Остин такой скрупулезный психологизм, может быть, и уместен, а вот когда ты - свободный человек, и ты хочешь жить, а тебя вместо этого вот-вот распотрошат на органы, проводить свои дни, обдумывая всё подряд и теряясь в туманных догадках "а почему он вот так тогда сказал", "а почему она вот так посмотрела" - это по меньшей мере неестественно! Даже шаги, которые герои предпринимают для своего спасения, настолько нелепы, настолько надуманны, да это даже и не шаги вовсе. Kazuo Ishiguro's spellbinding tales speak of frustration and regret, writes Tom Fleming. n Cellists, the final, exquisite story in Kazuo Ishiguro's new collection, an American woman pretends to be a.. Что можно написать о книге, за разглашение сюжета которой, я считаю, следует призывать к административной ответственности? Только факты: - Я не читала к ней ни рецензий, ни даже аннотации (и вам не советую, если планируете прочесть, откройте её с нуля) - Что происходит? - 4 утра. Как? Уже? Опять?! - 2 часа горячих разговоров с подругой за горячим чаем (начинай первая ты, у меня что-то горло перехватило). - Я неделю готовилась к этому обсуждению. Надо было запастись всё-таки чем-то покрепче. Хотя пьяные слезы - это так пошло. И поэтому были литры чая и полная пепельница окурков. - Сюжет замкнут на себе. Он ограничен четкими рамками. И он абсолютно органичен в этих рамках. - За скобками осталось много вопросов, которые вынуждают на честные и колючие ответы. - Она не отпускает меня.

Kazuo Ishiguro was born in Japan but moved to England with his parents when he was only five 1995: Kazuo Ishiguro at home in London. He attended the University of Kent (BA, 1978), where he.. Kazuo Ishiguro:  I think it’s always very important. These are very troubling times, but let’s not exaggerate.  If you look at the world for the first half of the 20th century, particularly in Europe, it’s a hellish place.  Europe, for the first 50 years of the 20th century, makes the Middle East right now look like paradise.  It was butchery and slaughter and the most horrific mass crimes.  I think you could almost say there was a failure of culture there.  The irony was that these things exploded in a part of the world where culture was rather proud of itself, where the great composers and the great novelists and great playwrights all came from, and it was supposed to be the height of civilization.  So it kind of makes people like me nervous about over-claiming for what things like novels — certainly my novels — can do in a practical sense to stop conflict and war. Kazuo Ishiguro, consummate British novelist and 2014 Library Lion, won the Nobel Prize in Ishiguro was born in Japan and moved to the UK when at age 5, and many of his novels address his.. Kazuo Ishiguro. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines

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But you could paint in another corner, and you could write stories in another corner.  So a bunch of us did do a lot of writing but with very little scrutiny or discipline.  I think, most of the time, we threw ink over each other.  We were writing kind of spy stories, you know.  This was the era of James Bond and things like this, and we were writing our own James Bond stories.  But from those times on, I think I always felt that writing could be fun.  It wasn’t something that somebody made you do. People could do it.  I never feared the blank page. Sir Kazuo Ishiguro OBE FRSA FRSL is a British novelist, screenwriter, and short-story writer. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Kazuo Ishiguro Discover Kazuo Ishiguro famous and rare quotes. Share Kazuo Ishiguro quotations about literature, books and writing. I'm interested in memory because it's a filter.. By awarding the Nobel Prize in Literature to British-Japanese novelist Kazuo Ishiguro this year, the If you mix Jane Austen and Franz Kafka then you have Kazuo Ishiguro in a nutshell, but you have to..

Listen to the best Kazuo Ishiguro shows. Kazuo Ishiguro: roaring giant or sleeping dragon? - books podcast Kazuo Ishiguro: Astrological Article and Chart. You will find below the horoscope of Kazuo Ishiguro with his interactive chart, an excerpt of his astrological portrait and his planetary dominants So my first novel is told from the point of view of someone very different from me, living in a different era. A Japanese woman in her 60s recording the war years in Japan. Very different to who I was then, a young man living in England in the 1970s. But I think I was able to do that because I had worked through a lot of the typical stages that people go through.Kazuo Ishiguro:  All in all, I worked with homeless people for about a total of two years because I went back to doing that kind of work after I finished my first novel.  Homeless people are not necessarily a category apart at all.  They’re very different from each other.  They’re homeless for all kinds of different reasons.  They have many problems in common by virtue of the fact that they’re homeless.  But often there’s a primary problem that’s causing them to be homeless: mental illness, drug addiction, and alcoholism, domestic violence, whatever.  All kinds of different things are happening to them, and that brings them to this place where they’re homeless.  So I think, in a way, I feel slightly guilty about this.  I feel guilty about the fact that I learned so much about people suffering in different kinds of ways in a very short period of time.  If somebody devised a kind of a course, like a university course, to allow you to get an insight into how ordinary people break up under the pressure of life, then you could do a lot worse than working in the homelessness project.

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  1. Kazuo Ishiguro: I don’t think I did, partly because I started school at the same time as everybody else.  I enjoyed my school years and made lots of friends.  So I don’t think it’d be right to say I was an outsider, but I knew that I was actually very conspicuous. I wouldn’t call it fame, but just locally and at school, I was used to the idea that everybody knew who I was — I was the Japanese kid, and I didn’t know them — and that I was very conspicuous.
  2. Kazuo Ishiguro: This is one of the things that makes me wary of the creative writing industry at the moment.  To some extent, it preys on young people — not necessarily young people — all kinds of people’s delusions, as well as their ambitions.  If you’re encouraging people who really have a chance of doing something really good, that’s fine. But if you’re just doing it because you need to make money for your institution and you’re encouraging, particularly, young people, at a crucial point in their lives, to devote their time and energy to an activity — when they could perhaps be studying something else or going a different path — so I have all kinds of reservations about it. But when it works, it works very, very well.
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  4. Recipient of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature, the Nagasaki-born Kazuo Ishiguro's writing career began with 1982's acclaimed novel A Pale View of Hills. His third book, 1989's The Remains of the..
  5. I wasn’t even trying to be a writer at that point, but I’d been working with homeless people in London for a year after I’d left the university from studying my first course. And I thought, “Well, it’d be very nice to do a postgraduate degree.” And I applied to a number of things. That just happened to be the creative writing one. I just came across it almost by chance, and it said that instead of a scholarly thesis, I had to just submit a work of fiction of only 30 pages. So I thought, “Well, this sounds like a much easier task.” But of course, when I got accepted, I started to panic. I thought everybody was, you know — I was going to meet a lot of brilliant, genius, budding writers, and I didn’t have a clue how to do this. And I had been accepted on the strength of a radio drama I had written. So I did actually rather panic. And the summer before I went to the University of East Anglia, I locked myself up in a cottage in the middle of nowhere in the west of England, in Cornwall, in a very remote part of Cornwall. And for four weeks, I just wrote and wrote and wrote. I hardly saw anybody else. And I kind of learned to write.
  6. Kazuo Ishiguro: I think I related to that very much at the time because I was an adolescent and the whole world was like that.  It seemed to kind of have meaning and not have meaning, and I kind of put it down to my not being mature enough to understand the world.
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  1. I was in the house alone.  I had to actually call the hairdresser where my wife was.  She was about to change her hair color.  She had been building up to changing her hair color for about two months.  This was a big moment for her, and I had to actually pull her out of the hairdresser.  I said, “I need some help here.  I can’t cope with this.”  And she came, and then somebody came from the publisher.  My agent came and we had a press conference in the backyard.  That’s how chaotic it was.  It was absolutely crazy.
  2. g to him. But then I went back over his catalog, and that’s when I became fascinated by words. And I discovered other great singer-songwriters of that era: Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, some others. But these were very important people for me because of this fascinating relationship between what seemed to be a very literary language and the music form and the way they performed it. And so that’s what I wanted to be. It seemed to be the art form that I aspired to. And I did spend some time playing in folk clubs and to very small audiences. And I actually did a whole thing of carrying around demo tapes to recording companies and making appointments with A&R men. I did that whole thing, but quite rightly I got nowhere.
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Download kazuo ishiguro » kazuo ishiguro could be available for fast direct download Нобелевская премия по литературе (2017; с формулировкой награждения: «в романах огромной эмоциональной силы раскрыл пропасть, таящуюся под нашим иллюзорным чувством связи с миром»).Before he graduated from the program, three of his stories were accepted for Introductions 7, an anthology of young British authors published by the historic publishing firm of Faber and Faber. Robert McCrum — an editor at Faber only a few years older than Ishiguro — took an interest in his work. McCrum offered Ishiguro a £1,000 advance to expand his master’s thesis story into a full-length novel. Ishiguro completed his course at East Anglia and returned to London and his old job at the homeless shelter while completing his first book.This singer-songwriter art form, which found its moment, I think, with the LP record, sophistication of recording techniques — this coming together of literature, music, performance — it’s an art form that perhaps should be called “literature alongside fiction, poetry, and drama.”  At the moment, people just think it’s just those three things, literature, but maybe it’s time to recognize that this has been one of the really important art forms of the past 60 or 70 years and that artists like Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, they are very, very significant and important artists.  Certainly from my generation they are. Kazuo Ishiguro, London, United Kingdom. Kazuo Ishiguro is the Booker Prize-winning author of REMAINS OF THE DAY and NEVER LET ME GO

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  1. It wasn’t the Swedish Academy.  It was people, various people who had heard the announcement made in Swedish and thought they heard my name in the middle of all that Swedish, but they weren’t sure.  So it was very uncertain.  And this long email I was writing to a friend in China actually tails off — I mean we were going through a lot of stuff — it actually tails, “I’ve got to go now.  I might have won the Nobel Prize!”
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  3. Kazuo Ishiguro: Alles, was wir geben mussten. Facts: Dystopischer Roman, 2005. Das Buch handelt von der Erzählung einer jungen Frau, die über ihr Leben an einer Schule berichtet..
  4. Kazuo Ishiguro: He was an oceanographer.  He passed away in 2007, but one of the proud things for me is that the machine that he was working on is in a permanent exhibition at the science museum here in London.  I feel very proud about that.
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Милый мой Олеськин- olesya-tr , спасибо тебе за компанию и за наши чайно-книжные посиделки!Get the IMDb AppView Full SiteHelpSite IndexIMDbProBox Office MojoIMDb DeveloperPress RoomAdvertisingJobsConditions of UsePrivacy PolicyInterest-Based Ads© 1990-2020 by IMDb.com, Inc.Kazuo Ishiguro: We’ve known each other long enough so that we know where we differ fundamentally.  So some things she says, I think, “Oh well, that’s our usual…” We’ve agreed to disagree on that kind of thing.  But there are many things we agree about.  So if it’s on that territory and she says something, however painful it is, I’m tempted to say I have to obey, but I have to listen! I’m not sure if your question is alluding to what was very widely publicized about my latest novel, The Buried Giant.  She told me to abandon it after I had been working for a year and a half on it because in its current form it just would not do.  She said it just would not do.  And this is slightly distressing for me, but I did as she suggested.  I just stopped it, and I went and wrote another book, and then I came back to it fresh.  That’s one of the more extreme things.  But now, I think all of my books — like The Remains of the Day — I think the ending wouldn’t be the ending we have now if she hadn’t told me I had to go off and do the ending again.We’ve read that you wrote much of that book in about four weeks in what you called a “crash program.” Could you tell us about that?Kazuo Ishiguro: Yeah.  I was still doing the course when I signed the contract with Faber and Faber to finish that first novel.

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Исигуро женат на Лорне Макдугалл с 1986 года. Они познакомились, будучи социальными работниками в лондонском приюте для бездомных в Ноттинг-Хилле. Исигуро живёт в Лондоне с женой и дочерью Наоми. Kazuo Ishiguro (ihsh-ih-gew-roh), a renowned British novelist, is the son of Shizuo and Shizuko (née Michida) Ishiguro. On May 9, 1986, he married Lorna Anne MacDougall Your editor at Faber, Robert McCrum, wrote a beautiful tribute to you on the announcement of your Nobel Prize.  Could you tell us about his relationship to your career?Kazuo Ishiguro: The eccentric thing about the Swedish Academy is that they announce the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature — I don’t know what they do in the other categories — but as far as Literature is concerned, they like to announce it to the world press before they let the actual recipient know.  I’m not the kind of person who gets up in the morning wondering if I’ve won the Nobel Prize.  I didn’t know that the announcement was going to be that day.  I didn’t know anything, you know.  It wasn’t in my mind.  It wasn’t on my horizon.  I was just having a normal day.  I came down.  I hadn’t had a shower.  My breakfast stuff was around me.  I was writing an email at the kitchen table and the phone rang.It’s not his fault in a way. But his career — his best efforts — are entwined with those of the man he served as a butler, who in this case turned out to be a Nazi sympathizer. So in all of these books it’s very important to me to suggest the narrow perspective, the small world that he cannot see beyond. This is one of the things that I’m trying to portray. I’m trying to say that all of us struggle to see beyond our small world. It’s very difficult for any of us to have a special perspective. We all do jobs just like this butler. Many of us do our best. We work very hard and we create something and we offer up our services or whatever we do to somebody upstairs. And it’s often an act of faith. It will be used well. It will be used for something good, as a company or a boss or a nation, somebody that’s going to use it. You just hope your contribution is going to be used for something good. But we often don’t have the perspective to see what’s really going to happen with our little contribution. That’s the fate of Stevens the butler. I’m trying to suggest that many of us, perhaps most of us are in this situation where morally and politically we’re butlers. So it’s very important for me to create that sense that he can’t imagine addressing somebody other than another house servant.

Kazuo Ishiguro: Yeah, it is very conscious. It’s a technique thing. The “you” that the narrator in The Remains of the Day, for instance, addresses, that “you” isn’t the reader. In all these books, I like the idea of the narrator addressing a “you” because their perspective is so small that they can’t imagine that they’re addressing anybody outside of their very small world. Stevens is a butler. The “you” he addresses is another butler, or at least another house servant of some sort, who lives in this world of serving in country houses. The reader is kind of eavesdropping on a conversation between this butler and another butler. That’s the effect I want to give.Having said that, I will just say one thing, and I’ll go back to that point I was making about creative writing classes.  There are so many people that want to be writers.  It wasn’t like that when I was younger.  Everyone wanted to be a rock star or something much more sensible when I was young!  But now everyone wants to be a writer of some sort, and many want to be fiction writers. I would ask that very fundamental question, “Do you really want to write, or do you just want the status of being a writer?”  Because it would only work for you if you really, really want to write, and it’s not for everybody.  You will be frustrated.  You will lose a sense of who you are and what you should do in the world if you press on with the idea of being a writer when you don’t even want to write.  So I think that’s the biggest question people have to ask themselves if they’re starting out.  Not “Do you want to be a writer?” but “Do you want to write?”

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In February 2015, following the publication of his seventh novel, The Buried Giant, Kazuo Ishiguro spoke to Gaby Wood about his lifelong reflection on history, memory, love and death I’m 62; I’ll be going on to 63 soon. They shouldn’t be looking to people like me.  They have to invent something for themselves that reflects their world. They understand what it’s like to be the age they are today in a world that’s rapidly changing in every sense.  I want them to show me what literature can be.  Don’t come to me for it. You teach me where literature is going.An advertisement drew his attention to the master’s program in creative writing at the University of East Anglia. Graduate writing programs were a novelty in Britain at the time — a previous year’s course had been canceled for lack of applicants — but Ishiguro was intrigued that one of his favorite contemporary authors, Ian McEwan, had studied there. Ishiguro submitted his radio play as a writing sample, and to his surprise, was accepted into the program...J.K. Rowling Jack London James Redfield Jeff Lindsay John Fowles John Gray John Steinbeck Jojo Moyes Jonathan Coe Jonathan Swift Jules Verne Julio Murillo Llerda Kahlil Gibran Kazuo Ishiguro.. Sir Kazuo Ishiguro OBE FRSA FRSL (/kæˈzuːoʊ ˌɪʃɪˈɡʊəroʊ, ˈkæzuoʊ -/; born 8 November 1954) is a British novelist, screenwriter, and short-story writer. He was born in Nagasaki, Japan, and moved to the United Kingdom in 1960 when he was five

Kazuo Ishiguro. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Sir Kazuo Ishiguro OBE FRSA FRSL (born 8 November 1954) is a Nobel Prize-winning British novelist, screenwriter, and short-story writer Kazuo Ishiguro. 1954'te Japonya'nın Nagasaki şehrinde doğdu. Eğitimini, babasının Ulusal Oşinografi Entitüsü'nde çalışmaya başlaması üzerine beş yaşındayken ailesiyle birlikte geldiği İngiltere'de.. ► Воспроизвести все. Kazuo Ishiguro. Kazuo Ishiguro interview (1995). Manufacturing Intellect. 20:05. [Видео удалено] Kazuo Ishiguro OBE, FRSA, FRSL (Japanese: カズオ・イシグロ or 石黒一雄; born 8 November 1954) is a British novelist, screenwriter and short story writer. He was born in Nagasaki, Japan; his family moved to England in 1960 when he was five

Kazuo Ishiguro. Books. Book Review. The Remains of the Day is a critically acclaimed novel by Kazuo Ishiguro. The film adaptation in 1993 was well received by critics Lyrics that seem to have intentionality and direction and authority, but didn’t make a whole lot of sense, kind of summed up my experience in the world.  That certainly was part of the appeal, I would say, for a lot of people of my age at the time, why we were drawn to the more, let’s say, abstract songs of Dylan and Leonard Cohen rather than clearer songs like the protest songs that Dylan did earlier on.  Everyone knows what that’s about.  But by the time you get to Blonde on Blonde or Highway 61, things start to become very modern and very abstract.  I think that was an exhilarating feeling, not just because of the age I was, but I think that there’s something to do with the era in which we lived. There was a feeling that in the late 1960s, early 1970s, the whole world was opening up, which our parents didn’t understand, which we didn’t understand, but it was exciting.  And I think we wanted, perhaps, the lyrics in an art form that reflected that, an exhilaration of adventure and exploration and meaning that is just slightly beyond our grasp. Check out our kazuo ishiguro selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops KAZUO ISHIGURO. Get in touch All the girls I met seemed to have rows of Margaret Drabble books.  So, I think, partly I thought this was a good way to impress the girls, that I also read Margaret Drabble books.  But then, also, she was very important in that she showed me a way of — I realized that there was a way of writing contemporary fiction; that it didn’t have to be like Victorian fiction or Edwardian fiction. This was a young woman writing about contemporary Britain. Particularly, a novel of hers, Jerusalem the Golden, convinced me that, yes, I could write in a modern language.  She seemed to use a lot of the techniques of traditional Victorian fiction, but somehow her writing felt modern.

Faber & Faber is one of the world's great publishing houses and home to T. S. Eliot, Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath, William Golding, Samuel Beckett, Seamus Heaney, Kazuo Ishiguro, and more So when the British novelist Kazuo Ishiguro, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature today, found In an article written for The Guardian back in 2014, Ishiguro explains that this division of household.. The Remains of the Day portrays the most English of settings and characters, the master and servants of a great country house in the years before World War II. The book’s evocation of a lost way of life, and its brilliantly expressed themes of memory, loss, and the power of heartfelt truths left unspoken, earned its author England’s highest literary honor, the Booker Prize. It sold over a million copies and was made into an acclaimed feature film.В 1974 году Кадзуо поступил в Кентский университет, в котором в 1978 году получил степень бакалавра английского языка и философии. Был социальным работником в Лондоне. В 1980 году он получил степень магистра искусств в университете Восточной Англии. Один из семинаров, которые Кадзуо посещал в университете Восточной Англии, вёл Малькольм Брэдбери, а ментором Исигуро была известная писательница Анджела Картер. В 1983 году Исигуро получил британское подданство.I also think I looked at Britain through the eyes of my parents.  I was a five-year-old boy when I arrived in Britain.  We spoke Japanese at home.  I saw the world around me partially through my own experience, but also through the eyes of my parents, who were expecting to return to Japan within a few years.  So we didn’t have the attitude of people who had settled.  It was very much more: “The natives in this strange country, aren’t they fascinating?”

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In many instances, I had a very small amount of time to either use that for myself or have it go against me.  I think I realized that.  So in that sense, I think I was aware of it.  But I would say, the English people of that time, in the communities that I was in — this is from 1960 onwards — looking back now, they were remarkably open and tolerant, when you think that this is only 15 years after the end of the Second World War.  My parents were welcomed.  In fact, my father was invited by the British government to work on research here. About the author Kazuo Ishiguro was born in Nagasaki, Japan in 1954. His parents moved to Britain when he was five and he grew up there, attending the University of Kent and the University of Eas

I have another very important editor; that’s my wife.  Robert left publishing after my fourth novel, and now he works as a very prominent literary journalist and an author himself.  But my wife has been my consistent critic from before I started to write.  We’ve been together for a very long time.  So when she sees my writing, she doesn’t see the writing of some famous writer or anything like that.  I’m still this upstart kid, this failed singer-songwriter who’s having a go at writing fiction.  So she criticizes me in exactly the same way that she did when I was just starting that course at East Anglia. Kazuo Ishiguro - Pisarz i scenarzysta angielski, urodzony w 1954 roku w Nagasaki (Japonia), od 1960 roku mieszkający w Anglii. Ukończył uniwersytety: Kent i East Anglia

Kazuo Ishiguro: I thought that was wonderful.  I know he was a little controversial, but I really admire the Swedish Academy’s courage in doing that.  When I go to Stockholm, this is one of the things I want to really find out.  The question I want an answer to really is: “Was Bob Dylan being honored just for his lyrics as though they were written poetry?  Are we being encouraged to just ignore the rest of what he does?”  And almost incidentally, he used his lyrics as poetry, like the poetry of T. S. Eliot or Seamus Heaney.  It’s great.  Is that why he is being given the Nobel Prize, or is it a recognition for an art form which, I think, really came of age in the 1960s and 1970s?Ishiguro’s crash program of writing accomplished its purpose. He had completed the essential elements of his book in four weeks and spent the next months revising and refining it. Shortly before publication, he made one last addition. He was so moved by an unexpected declaration of emotion in a song by Tom Waits that he decided Stevens too could be allowed one moment of self-awareness — a realization of all he has lost.

Kazuo Ishiguro (born November 8, 1954) is a British novelist of Japanese descent. In 2017, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. More fundamentally, I'm interested in memory because it's a filter through which we see our lives, and because it's foggy and obscure.. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Kazuo Ishiguro books online. Kazuo Ishiguro. Filter your search The book was published in 1989 to enthusiastic critical acclaim and enormous sales on both sides of the Atlantic. Any concern about supporting himself at a day job was now over, and he would be able to devote the rest of his working life to literature. The Remains of the Day received the English-speaking world’s highest literary honor, the Booker Prize (now known as the Man Booker Prize). A sensitive film adaptation of the novel was a commercial success and received eight Oscar nominations.

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Kazuo Ishiguro:  We need both, of course, don’t we?  I mean we can’t get by in the world simply with facts.  We need the facts.  In some ways, you’d argue that they’ve become more elusive than ever right now.  We need the facts, but we also need to know what it feels like to live with those facts.  It’s not just enough to know that some people are hungry.  We have to have a sense of the pain of being hungry.  Otherwise, we can’t make the decisions.  We can’t relate to each other properly.  I think fiction, music or the arts can do something about reminding us that we have human connections and we share feelings with each other.  And yes, I think it’s very important that we also have a way of communicating how things feel.Ishiguro’s first novel, A Pale View of Hills, was published in 1982 when he was 27. In its pages, a Japanese woman living in England recalls her earlier life in Japan, while trying to come to terms with a daughter’s suicide. The memories of Japan are interwoven with observations of life in England “through Japanese eyes.” Ishiguro’s first novel won the Winifred Holtby Memorial Prize from the Royal Society of Literature, awarded specifically for its depiction of an English setting. The following year, he was chosen alongside Martin Amis, Julian Barnes, William Boyd, Salman Rushdie and his East Anglia predecessor Ian McEwan for the literary journal Granta’s list of the best young British novelists. Having become a recognized British author, he knew his future lay in Britain, and he became a British citizen as well.Третий роман Исигуро, «Остаток дня» (1989), рассказывает историю пожилого английского дворецкого. Это монолог-воспоминание на фоне угасания традиций, приближающейся мировой войны и подъёма фашизма. Роман был удостоен Букеровской премии. При этом члены Букеровского комитета проголосовали за роман единогласно, что случается нечасто. Критики отмечали, что японец написал «один из самых английских романов XX века». Его сравнивали с Джозефом Конрадом и Владимиром Набоковым, которым тоже удалось создать классические произведения на неродном для них языке. По роману «Остаток дня» снят имевший значительный успех фильм с Энтони Хопкинсом и Эммой Томпсон в главных ролях. Фильм в российском прокате шёл под названием «На исходе дня».

Kazuo Ishiguro was born in Nagasaki, Japan, in 1954 and now lives in London, England. Each of his understated, finely wrought novels has been published to international acclaim Высказывания автора "Моя цель — писать «международные романы». Что такое «международный роман»? Это роман, мировоззренчески близкий самым разным людям, где бы они ни жили. Герои его могут действительно порхать с континента на континент, а могут всю жизнь прожить в родной деревне." "Мне только 50, но я действительно чувствую, как быстро время убегает от меня. Гордость и Предубеждение было написано кем-то моложе Зэди Смит. Война и Мир была написана кем-то, кто мог бы с лёгкостью выиграть награду «Лучший Молодой Писатель России»." Смеётся. "Я не к тому, что мне уже помирать пора, но я понимаю, что мои способности, как писателя, с возрастом могут не быть на должном уровне и я могу стать одним… So why are we learning about Ishiguro's novels and books? Where our short story is After six novels, Nocturnes is Ishiguro's first collection of short stories. Although linked by the pathos of their nostalgic.. Кадзуо Умэдзу / Kazuo Umezu. Автор манги. Информация. По-английски: Kazuo Umezu

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