How Memory Loss Builds Suspense in Th...

How Memory Loss Builds Suspense in The Buried Giant

The Buried Giant , Nobel Prize-winning novelist Kazuo Ishiguro's 2015 foray into Arthurian-inspired fantasy, is not the first book you would think of as a suspenseful novel. Rather than the fast-paced action and adventure often included in the fantasy genre, this novel is characterized by a quiet restraint.

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