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Kazuo Ishiguro and Memory.

By: Teo, Yugin.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014Description: 1 online resource (189 p.).ISBN: 9781137337191.Subject(s): Ishiguro, Kazuo, -- 1954- -- Criticism and interpretation | Memory in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Kazuo Ishiguro and MemoryDDC classification: 823/.914 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""List of Abbreviations""; ""Introduction: Memory Work � Forgetting, Testimony and Release""; ""Memory today""; ""Paul Ricoeur and Memory, History, Forgetting""; ""Ishiguro�s novels: memory and the reading experience""; ""The work of memory""; ""Part I: Forgetting""; ""1 Memory Traces and Fragments of the Past""; ""Memory traces in A Pale View of Hills""; ""Visual representation and interpretation""; ""A sense of absence in The Remains of the Day""; ""Vanished parents, objects and organs""; ""2 Trauma, Forgetting and Memory""
""Trauma and the wound in The Unconsoled""""Writing about the war""; ""Trauma and loss in Hiroshima mon amour and A Pale View of Hills""; ""Collective and national forgetting""; ""Part II: Remembering""; ""3 Recognition and Testimony""; ""Recognition and memory""; ""Mutual recognition among characters""; ""Testimony: affirming the memory of Hailsham in Never Let Me Go""; ""4 Nostalgia and Mourning""; ""Nostalgia and childhood""; ""When We Were Orphans and the Golden Age of detective fiction""; ""Individual and collective mourning""; ""Collective mourning in The Unconsoled""
""Part III: Release""""5 The Search for Meaning and Utopia""; ""The desire for relevance and meaning""; ""Childhood and the loss of innocence""; ""Utopia and longing in An Artist of the Floating World and The Unconsoled""; ""6 A Profound and Ethical Forgetting""; ""Confessional narratives and the problem of hindsight""; ""A world of unforgiveness in The Unconsoled""; ""Yearning for a peaceful memory in When We Were Orphans and Never Let Me Go""; ""Issues related to an ethical memory""; ""Never Let Me Go, Simon Wiesenthal�s The Sunflower and collective forgiveness""
""Conclusion: Ishiguro�s Work of Memory""""Notes""; ""Bibliography""; ""Index""
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""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""List of Abbreviations""; ""Introduction: Memory Work � Forgetting, Testimony and Release""; ""Memory today""; ""Paul Ricoeur and Memory, History, Forgetting""; ""Ishiguro�s novels: memory and the reading experience""; ""The work of memory""; ""Part I: Forgetting""; ""1 Memory Traces and Fragments of the Past""; ""Memory traces in A Pale View of Hills""; ""Visual representation and interpretation""; ""A sense of absence in The Remains of the Day""; ""Vanished parents, objects and organs""; ""2 Trauma, Forgetting and Memory""

""Trauma and the wound in The Unconsoled""""Writing about the war""; ""Trauma and loss in Hiroshima mon amour and A Pale View of Hills""; ""Collective and national forgetting""; ""Part II: Remembering""; ""3 Recognition and Testimony""; ""Recognition and memory""; ""Mutual recognition among characters""; ""Testimony: affirming the memory of Hailsham in Never Let Me Go""; ""4 Nostalgia and Mourning""; ""Nostalgia and childhood""; ""When We Were Orphans and the Golden Age of detective fiction""; ""Individual and collective mourning""; ""Collective mourning in The Unconsoled""

""Part III: Release""""5 The Search for Meaning and Utopia""; ""The desire for relevance and meaning""; ""Childhood and the loss of innocence""; ""Utopia and longing in An Artist of the Floating World and The Unconsoled""; ""6 A Profound and Ethical Forgetting""; ""Confessional narratives and the problem of hindsight""; ""A world of unforgiveness in The Unconsoled""; ""Yearning for a peaceful memory in When We Were Orphans and Never Let Me Go""; ""Issues related to an ethical memory""; ""Never Let Me Go, Simon Wiesenthal�s The Sunflower and collective forgiveness""

""Conclusion: Ishiguro�s Work of Memory""""Notes""; ""Bibliography""; ""Index""

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<p>Yugin Teo is Associate Tutor in English and Film at the University of Sussex, UK, where he completed his PhD. He has published articles on contemporary literature and film in the journals Critique and Science Fiction Film and Television, as well as his own short fiction and poetry.</p>

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