Remains Of The Day
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The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
The passage in The Remains of the Day, by Kazuo Ishiguro, which best represents the theme of the story is found on page 116, last paragraph of the page. This passage is one of the final discussions Mr. Stevens has with respect to his trying to determine what makes a great butler. However, it is only one out of many possible examples. In this specific instance he is saying that one can be a great butler only if he works for an employer who addresses moral issues.
Mr. Stevens is very interested in trying to decide two things. Firstly, he wants to know the exact qualities that make a butler the best at his profession. Not only does he say what he did in the passage, that the employer must be moral, but he also focuses on direct aspects of what the butler does. Examples of this are his emphasis on creating a good work sheet, and on doing a totally errorless job.
Mr. Stevens later discusses that, contrary to what was f...
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