Nobel Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro's literature is experiencing a spurt of popularity, especially in his native Japan
Far from the super-star status that his erstwhile compatriot - and perpetual Nobel favourite - Haruki Murakami enjoys, Ishiguro is not a household name in Japan.
Ishiguro winning the 9 million crown ($1.1 million) prize marks a return to a more conventional interpretation of literature after last year's prize went to American songwriter Bob Dylan.
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