The Remains of the Day (Paperback)Kazuo Ishiguro (author)
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Winner of the Booker Prize 1989
In the summer of 1956, Stevens, the ageing butler of Darlington Hall, embarks on a leisurely holiday that will take him deep into the English countryside and into his past...
A contemporary classic, The Remains of the Day is Nobel Prize-winner Kazuo Ishiguro's beautiful and haunting evocation of life between the wars in a Great English House, of lost causes and lost love.
Recipient of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature, British author Kazuo Ishiguro’s writing career began with 1982’s acclaimed novel A Pale View of Hills. His third book, 1989’s The Remains of the Day, firmly secured his reputation, winning the Booker Prize. His other acclaimed books include: When We Were Orphans, An Artist of the Floating World, Never Let Me Go and The Buried Giant.
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 212 g
Dimensions: 198 x 126 x 16 mm
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