Nobel Prize

Author Kazuo Ishiguro looks on during an interview with Reuters in New York, on April 20, 2005. Ishiguro's new novel "Never Let me Go" features characters who face a certain, slow, miserable death, but the author, renowned for his book "Remains of the Day" insists this is his most upbeat book yet. FOR RELEASE WITH STORY LEISURE ISHIGURO REUTERS/Mike Segar MS

English Author Kazuo Ishiguro Wins The 2017 Nobel Prize In Literature

English author Kazuo Ishiguro won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday. BREAKING NEWS The 2017 #NobelPrize in Literature is awarded to the English author Kazuo Ishiguro pic.twitter.com/j9...
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Poverty Is More Than The Lack Of Money

In an ideal world, the gap that has opened up between them and those left behind can help pull up others in an ideal world. Poor people can see the new opportunities, and understand that, with education and luck, their sons and daughters can prosper too. But there are also terrible dangers of inequality if those who have escaped from destitution use their wealth to block those who are still imprisoned by it.