(24 m) "tridents" from the World Trade Center's facade rise through the glass-enclosed atrium of the museum's entry pavilion, with its crisscrossing steel ... A haunting tale of lost causes and lost love, The Remains of the Day, winner of the Booker Prize, contains Ishiguro's now celebrated evocation of life between the wars in a Great English House - within its walls can be heard ever more distinct echoes of the violent upheavals spreading across Europe." The Remains of the Day The Remains of the Day Science 5.0 • 1 Rating; Listen on Apple Podcasts. Join Sarah Maya Rosen and Matt Shahin Richardson, PhD students specializing in the dead, as they share their knowledge of human remains and death ritual.
—Joyce ... The Remains of the Day is told in the first-person narration of an English butler named Stevens. In July 1956, Stevens decides to take a six- day road trip to the West Country of England—a region to the west of Darlington Hall, the house in which Stevens resides and has worked as a butler for thirty-four years. "The Remains of the Day" tells the story of Stevens' trip to the sea, and what he finds there.