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Narratives of Memory and Identity

The Novels of Kazuo Ishiguro


Mike Petry

Contents: Textual and narratological analyses - The theme of memory and identity - A mother's disturbing memories: A Pale View of Hills - A painter's guilty conscience: An Artist of the Floating World - A butler's life-long illusion: The Remains of the Day - A pianist's mind-shattering confusion: The Unconsoled.