January 25, 2021

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Salman Rushdie: rereading The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro

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‘The real story here is that of a man destroyed by the ideas upon which he has built his life’: The Guardian

Salman RushdieI was very consciously trying to write for an international audience,”Kazuo Ishiguro says of The Remains of the Day in his Paris Review interview (“The Art of Fiction,” No. 196). “One of the ways I thought I could do this was to take a myth of England that was known internationally – in this case, the English butler.”

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