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A Family Supper by Kazuo Ishiguro is a story of uncertainty nervousness emotions and loss of love in the family The narrator Ishiguro is a Protagonist was born in the Tokyo Japan He is returning home from California some two years after the death of his mother After the WWII Watanabes despondency of the loss of the company leads him to take his life and his family members The Protagonists mother who is believed by her husband to have lost hope in her life commits a suicide as well The Protagonists father who lives with the loss of his wife and his friend and business partner Watanabe feels hopelessness that leads him to consider suicide as a relief from loneliness and guilt A Family Supper by Kazuo Ishiguro explores the psychology of the desperate father whose uncertainty about his life will be judged by the bond of love he shares with his son This story takes place in Japan after WWII Kazuo Ishiguro returns his native home from California to visit his father and his sister who lives in the Kamakura district The garden creates an atmosphere of anxiety and worries Much of the garden had fallen into shadow 466 The garden provides sensory background about her mother Her worries beliefs in ghosts and disappointment on her sons behavior leads her to commit suicide as narrator agrees that My relationship with my parents had become somewhat strained around the period 465 Its a part of Japanese culture that people dont live a disgrace life Its an honor to die Suicide for the business partner and even for the air force pilots is glorified by the father The description of the house contributes conflict and also reveals his fathers character The protagonist while walking through his old home remarks I had forgotten how large the house was but the rooms were all startlingly empty 469 This parallels with the illustration of his father - the
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