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What does TROTD stand for?

TROTD stands for The Remains of the Day (novel)

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The movie version of The Remains Of The Day starred Emma Thompson, Anthony Hopkins and Christopher Reeve.
Together, they brought out a series of confident, well furnished adaptations including James's The Europeans (1979), The Bostonians (1982) and The Golden Bowl (2000), EM Forster's A Room With A View (1985), Maurice (1989), and Howards End (1992); they also adapted Kazuo Ishiguro's The Remains Of The Day (1993), which was set in a country house in the 1930s, with Anthony Hopkins as the repressed butler, struggling with his feelings for Emma Thompson's housekeeper.