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An Artist in a floating world
- McCrum, Robert, 2015, 'The 100 best novels: no. 94 'An artist of the floating world by Kazuo Ishiguro', The Guardian, 6 July.
- Morton, Kathryn, 1986, 'After the war was lost', New York Times, June 8
The Buried giant
- Gaiman, Neil, 2015, 'Kazuo Ishiguro's "The Buried giant"', New York Times, February 25.
- Rich, Nathaniel, 2015, 'The book of sorrow and forgetting' The Atlantic, March.
Never let me go
- Atwood, Margaret, 2005, 'Brave new world: Kazuo Ishiguro's novel is really chilling', Slate, April 1.
- Menand, Louis, 2005, 'Something about Kathy: Ishiguro's quasi-science-fiction novel', The New Yorker, March 28
- Flemming, Tom, 2009, 'Heartbreak in five movements', The Guardian, 10 May
- Hitchins, Christopher, 2009, 'Fade to black', New York Times: Sunday Book Review, October 1.
A Pale view of hills
- Refer to the article in eReserve for criticism and interpretation on this book. Reliable reviews, for Ishiguro's first published book are not available. (20/10/2015)
Remains of the day
- Graver, Lawrence, 1989, 'What the butler saw' The New York Times on the Web, October 8.
- Rushdie, Salman, 2012, 'Salman Rushdie: rereading "The Remains of the Day"' The Guardian, 17 August.
- Cain, Sian, 2015, 'Writer's indignation: Kazuo Ishiguro rejects claims of genre snobbery, The Guardian, 9 March.
- Jordison, Sam, 2015, 'Kazuo Ishiguro's The Unconsoled: unanswered questions, The Guardian, 14 January.