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The book is very well written.
Brilliant novel about a butler so dedicated to perfection that he suppresses all human emotion in the quest for professional "dignity" and service to a great man.
Ishiguro unwraps the main character, Stevens, in a first person narrative that draws in the reader in a most wonderful fashion.
In THE REMAINS OF THE DAY, Mr. Ishiguro writes about a way of life in long ago England-a specific period, a very specific nucleus of community, and an in depth picture of... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Virginia L
I enjoyed the book though a very slow start. About half way through I was able to engage with it.Published 2 days ago by Shannon Foudray
Sad, by intention. A little too slow moving. The main character let life pass him by.Published 3 days ago by M. Irene Spaletto
outstanding English prose, reminds of Abbey Downton, fascination historic period, the twenties last century,
some others may find it a bit drawn out, I liked the book A LOT!!
I want to be able to give this review without disrespecting the author; I’m going to try, but I still have to be honest. Kazuo Ishiguro is obviously intelligent and well educated. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Armstrong
A beautifully told story of tragic restraint and its attendant losses.Published 8 days ago by miss karon merecki