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In Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go, the narrator Kathy and her fellow “cl
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In Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go, the narrator Kathy and her fellow “cl
In Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go, the narrator Kathy and her fellow “classmates” become increasingly aware of the fate that awaits them. At one point she says that the days at Halisham became “in some ways darker,” as they grew older and closer to the time when they would leave. For this paper, identify those moments in which Kathy explains this shifting attitude; you may find it helpful to simply highlight parts of her story in which she describes her feelings about the events as they transpire, as well as how she sees them later, from a more mature, reflective point of view. We can perhaps tackle a few of these moments in the discussion boards or even in a later quiz. In any case, once you’ve collected these moments and explained and analyzed them individually, describe what you conclude about Kathy and her story. What does she tell us about memory, nostalgia, friendship (to name just a few possible themes)?

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