Never Let Me Go Analysis

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In Never Let Me Go the whole students are clones they are used just organ-transplant to save non-clone. Others don’t see them as a human. They afraid of them,they pity on them but one of the clones who is protagonist Kathy H tells her story.The book starts with Kathy’s sentences “My name is Kathy H. I’m thirty-one years old,... (Ishiguro 3). Kathy begins to tell her past to readers, She recollects her memories. She mentiones about Hailsham and the signifance of Hailsham. She mentiones about her friendship with Ruth,Tommy and some other students who are also a clone in Hailsham. Kathy, Ruth and Tommy grew up in Hailsham together, Hailsham was very important for them, it was not just a boarding school, Hailsham was their home. İnitially they did not know much about outside world.…show more content…
Kathy explains how exchanges effect them to “I can see now,too,how the Exchanges had a more subtle effect on us all. If you think about it, being dependent on each other to produce the stuff that might become your private treasures-that’s bound to do things to your relationship” (Ishiguro 16). Also they had also sales which are provide the stuff from outside for example their clothes, toys and other stuffs for example Kathy bought her cassette which is very precious for her (64). I want to mention about another signifance of Hailsham. Hailsham also constituted impact past for Kathy and other students of Hailsham. They realized who they are, why they are in this world thanks to Hailsham. Initially when they are children did not know about anything organs donations and later when they explained what happens to them they used dark humour about this issue. In the essay of “Mortality and Memory in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go” which is written by Virgina Yeung explained about Hailsham and the effect of Hailsham on students to
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