Salman Rushdie Explains Why Kazuo Ishigoro’s ‘Remains Of The Day’ Is Such A Perfect Novel

“What then is our true relationship to power? Are we its servants or its possessors? It is the rare achievement of Ishiguro’s novel to pose Big Questions – What is Englishness? What is greatness? What is dignity? – with a delicacy and humour that do not obscure the tough-mindedness beneath.”

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