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Final Thoughts on Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant (by Bethany)

This review considers all aspects of this novel, including its ending. Please do not read this review if you want to avoid “spoilers.” I closed my thoughts on the first half of this novel with a series of questions, and … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the First Half of Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant (by Bethany)

This novel is about that time in the sixth century A.D. when the whole world got Alzheimer’s. I’ll explain: this novel opens at an underground warren somewhere in the geographical region we would call the British Isles. The warren is … Continue reading

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