What's left of the day ⭐ Learn English Through Story level 5

What's left of the day ⭐ Learn English Through Story level 5

Learn English through the story “What’s left of the day”. This is a novel written by Kazuo Ishiguro.

The novel tells the story of Stevens, an English butler who has dedicated his life to the loyal service of Lord Darlington. In the summer of 1956, he decides to take a motoring trip through the West Country. The six-day excursion becomes a journey into the past of Stevens and England, a past that takes in fascism, two world wars, and an unrealized love between the butler and his housekeeper.

Timestamps to follow chapters:
0:00:00 Chapter 1: Staff Plans
0:12:21 Chapter 2: Unfamiliar Territory
0:23:45 Chapter 3: Small Errors
0:37:02 Chapter 4: An Embarrassing Fall
0:49:45 Chapter 5: The Birds and Bees
1:04:18 Chapter 6: The Conference
1:20:46 Chapter 7: Silver
1:30:08 Chapter 8: Sarah and Ruth
1:45:14 Chapter 9: Lisa
1:53:20 Chapter 10: A Lonely Hill
1:59:40 Chapter 11: Secrets
2:15:42 Chapter 12: Miss Kenton’s Aunt
2:22:58 Chapter 13: A Difficult Evening
2:41:00 Chapter 14: Dignity
2:51:12 Chapter 15: The Rose Garden Hotel
2:56:37 Chapter 16: Events of International Significance
3:16:55 Chapter 17: Old Friends
3:30:06 Chapter 18: The Best Part of the Day

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