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The Unconsoled

by Ishiguro,Kazuo

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New York: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 1995. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Novel by the author of "Remains Of The Day" about a pianist who loses all sense of who he is and his past life. Jacket blurbs by Ann Beattie, Richard Ford, Michael Herr and others. Fine/fine. . ISBN: 679404252. 1st American Edition. Boards & Cloth with Dustjacket. Signed Books Authors novels Fiction Prize Winners.

The Unconsoled (1995) is a novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, winner of the Cheltenham Prize. It is about Ryder, a famous pianist who arrives in a central European city to perform a concert. However, he appears to have lost most of his memory and finds his new environment surreal and dreamlike. He struggles to fulfill his commitments before Thursday night's performance. The novel takes place over a period of three days.




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