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The 2017 laureate is both a sound choice and a lovely surprise
The Nobel Prize winner has proved unusually consistent and enduring
Committee praises novels of ‘great emotional force’ by Japan-born British writer
Committee praises novels of ‘great emotional force’ by Japanese-born writer
FT writers and guests select their must-read titles
Did the UK vote for xenophobia? The acclaimed novelist argues that a different referendum is the only way to find out
Notebook: The Artist espoused traditional musicianship and insisted on self-sufficiency
A round-up of the titles to remember
The British writer talks about fantasy and how nations remember and forget
Ogres and dragons are not what we expect from the Man Booker Prize winner. Yet his first novel for a decade is absolutely characteristic, moving and unsettling
The writer Nadifa Mohamed tells Feargus O’Sullivan of life in two worlds
From Henry James’s passion for painting to EM Forster’s love of music, novelists find inspiration in other art forms
Can you make money from modern first editions?
Adam Robert’s satire about the gulfs of understanding between rich and poor