TOKYO The Japan-born winner of the Nobel Prize in literature this year hopes that his honor can help light a way for a confused world.
"It comes at a time when the world is uncertain about its values, its leadership and its safety. I just hope that my receiving this huge honor will, even in a small way, encourage the forces for good," said 62-year-old Kazuo Ishiguro.
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