Ishiguro may have been raised in the U.K. but he still has a strong Japanese identity. Find out how that is perfectly represented in The Remains Of The Day.Read More
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Find out how Convenience Store Woman is a sharp criticism of Japan’s mechanistic society, where women have little choice or control.
Find out how the author discovered haiku, why she enjoys it, her favourite haiku and why you should try reading haiku as well.
Find out what George R.R. Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire taught this writer about ‘good’ and ‘evil’ and how it reflects the world we live in.
Most fans are eagerly awaiting The Winds Of Winter, book 6 of A Song Of Ice And Fire. Read to find out what may be preventing its release.
This original fiction is a love story set against the backdrop of elections. Does young love win, or does the belief in one’s cause?
Why we should let children choose what they want to read instead of encouraging gendered reading by shepherding them towards “girl” books or “boy” books.
With their powerful imagery, graphic novels are a brilliant medium for portraying war in its unadulterated form. Here are 9 such graphic novels to read.
These books by Japanese authors date from 11th to the 21st Century and cover a variety of genres- from literary fiction to crime and short stories.
Whether it’s the dragons you like or the political intrigue, this list has books for almost every fan of Game Of Thrones.
Find out how My Body will teach your children to protect themselves against sexual abuse and help them realise that they are the bosses of their own bodies.
This article compares the movie and book versions of The Accidental Prime Minister and details how the movie is being used as a tool of propaganda by the government.
Crazy Rich Asians is a 2013 novel written by Kevin Kwan. In 2018, the movie based on the book was released. This article compares the two.