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What is the backdrop Ishiguro creates for the “two hours or so” that Mr. Stevens and Miss Kenton spend talking at the Rose Garden Hotel?
A bright and cheery room with music from a distance.
A beautiful rose garden visible through the windows.
A bay window with rain steadily falling outside.
A windy promenade along a rocky coast.
A spacious, empty hall where echoes dominated.