Making and Breaking Hegemonies: Kazuo Ishiguro and History

Alyn Webley

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Kazuo Ishiguro; Hegemony; Postmodernism;

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Works Cited: Primary Texts

Ishiguro, Kazuo. The Remains of the Day. London: Faber, 1989.

---. An Artist of the Floating World. London: Faber, 1987.

---. A Pale View of Hills. London: Faber and Faber, 1982.

Works Cited: Secondary Texts

Gramsci, Antonio, Selections from the Prison Notebooks. London: Lawrence and

Wishart, 1971.

Ishiguro, Kazuo, and Oe Kenzaburo, “The Novelist in Today’s World: A

Conversation”, Boundary, 18/3 (1991).

Lehmann, Jean-Pierre, The Roots Of Modern Japan. London: The Macmillan Press, 1982.

Marcuse, Herbert, One Dimensional Man. 1964. London: Routledge, 2002.

Rabinow, Paul, ed., The Foucault Reader. London: Penguin, 1984.

Suter, Rebecca, “‘We’re Like Butlers’: Interculturality, Memory and Responsibility in Kazuo Ishiguro`s The Remains of The Day,”, Qwerty 9 (1999).

Vorda, Allan, ed., “Stuck on The Margins: An Interview with Kazuo Ishiguro,” Face to Face: Interviews with Contemporary Novelists. Houston, TX: Rice University Press, 1993.

Wong, Cynthia F., “The Shame of Memory: Blanchot’s Self-Dispossession in

Ishiguro’s A Pale View of Hills,” Clio, 24/2 (1995).

Writers Bloc, Kazuo Ishiguro with F. X. Feeney: Wednesday, October 11, 2000 at the Writer’s Guild Theatre, Los Angeles, http://www.writersblocpresents.com/archives/ishiguro/ishiguro.htm


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