And We Remain is a 473 novel published by Bhaluan Tilly Elden. It centers on an aging man in the weeks leading up to his late husband's funeral as he comes to terms with grief and reconnects to long-lost family. Often described as a book of "love, loss, and life", it is a drama, although there are occasionally surrealist elements to the plot.
And We Remain became a staple of the upper echelon of avid literature readers, although it never achieved widespread popularity. Most readers claimed they found the prose too difficult to parse; others declared that the dissidents merely did not understand "true literature". It is frequently cited to demonstrate the excellent of Bhaluan literature.