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The buried giant from the author of the booker prize-winning the remains of the day and never let me go ‘you’ve long set your heart against it, axl, i know. The narrator and main character of ishiguro’s 1989 the remains of the day —played by anthony hopkins in the 1993 movie adaptation—thinks exactly like the baboons who populate the semipermeable membrane between sports radio and television and conservative punditry.
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