The Nobel Prize season is once again upon us. Last week, the relevant academies announced the winners of Nobel Prizes in chemistry, physics, medicine and literature, as well as the Nobel Peace Prize. The exact science awards went to people who are doing things that I have no knowledge about. The literature prize was received by Kazuo Ishiguro, a Japanese-born British author who is best known for his masterpiece, The Remains of the Day. This was a more logical award than was the case last year, when the literature prize was given to Bob Dylan.
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