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The Remains of the Day Librarian S Note See Alternate Cover Edition Of ISBN HereIn The Summer Of , Stevens, A Long Serving Butler At Darlington Hall, Decides To Take A Motoring Trip Through The West Country The Six Day Excursion Becomes A Journey Into The Past Of Stevens And England, A Past That Takes In Fascism, Two World Wars, And An Unrealised Love Between The Butler And His Housekeeper

About the Author: Kazuo Ishiguro

Kazuo Ishiguro or is a British novelist of Japanese origin and Nobel Laureate in Literature 2017 His family moved to England in 1960 Ishiguro obtained his Bachelor s degree from the University of Kent in 1978 and his Master s from the University of East Anglia s creative writing course in 1980 He became a British citizen in 1982 He now lives in London.His first novel, A Pale

10 thoughts on “The Remains of the Day

  1. says:

    Kazuo Ishiguro writes the anti haiku instead of consciousness awakening to the immediacy of the immutable natural world, subjective memory is peeled back layer by layer to expose consciousness instead of the joyous eruption of awareness, the tension of the gradual decompression of ignorance instea

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    Just announced as Winner of the Nobel Prize 2017 Well deserved Every day, for the past week I ve encouraged myself to start writing this review It feelt impossible to find my words to discuss such a literary masterpiece Who gives me the right to even try After staring blankly at the screen for some time, I

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    This is one of the most beautifully mannered, subtle books I ve read in a long, long time Ishiguro s command of prose is perfect there was never a point where I felt that this book wasn t written by a consummate English gentleman s gentleman Remains of the Day is also one of the best examples of first person

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    It s not what happens in this story that s important, it s what doesn t happen It s not what is said, but what is not said.I almost feel like Stevens in a real person and not a fictional character He may well be the most tragic figure I ve had the honor to meet read He tried so hard to do what he thought to be the right thi

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    So Ishiguro has won the noble prize for literature 2017 This quote from the yeasterday s guardian article says it all to me The British author Kazuo Ishiguro said he was both honoured and taken completely by surprise after he was named this year s winner of the 2017 Nobel prize in literature, even initially wondering if the annou

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    The evening s the best part of the day You ve done your day s work Now you can put your feet up and enjoy it I suppose what one really needs at the end of it all, in the twilight of life, is to know that it was worth something, that there was some meaning, some purpose to it Because if it was all in vain, why even try With The R

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    Beautiful, beautiful book, wonderful writing, great story I am now officially a fan of Ishiguro, a book so different from Never let me go, which was also an incredible story to me This story however is very different but equally high quality, which in my opinion indicates the quality of the writer, able to put down totally different stories, both int

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    In My Top 3 of All Time It is Most Profound in So Many Ways Regret came shivering through my veins,And bound my tongue in iron chains My soul in prison seem d to be,And ever must if torn from thee. The Recall to Affection, Susanna Blamire There s a shadow hanging over me Oh, yesterday came suddenly. Yesterday, Lennon McCartney, 1965It is nearly

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    190 The Remains of the Day, Kazuo IshiguroThe Remains of the Day , is a 1989 novel by Nobel Prize winning British writer, Kazuo Ishiguro In the summer of 1956, Stevens, a long serving butler at Darlington Hall, decides to take a motoring trip through the West Country The six day excursion becomes a journey into the past of Stevens and England, a past that takes in fas

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    4.5 5 StarsKazuo Ishiguro just won the Nobel Prize for Literature this year and this book supports that achievement The Remains of the Day is a wonderful book to close my reading year in 2017.This book was first published in 1989 and since then, there have been countless professional reviews on it that everything I said here although they are my honest opinion would most likel

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