Monthly Archives: November 2010

“I might have some of it wrong”: One Girl’s Place in Time as Seen in Never Let Me Go

From the start of the novel, a few things become immediately clear about Kathy H. She’s thirty-one years old, and she’s been a carer for eleven of those years, a pretty impressive feat as fourteen is considered an especially long … Continue reading

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“Something no one can take away”: Possessions and Ownership in Never Let Me Go

This book reached me in a way I hadn’t expected it to when I first began reading, and I think it is a testament to how well Ishiguro crafts his alternate society that it rings of the truth of human … Continue reading

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HELLO ALL! I hope y’all HAD A fuckin sweet ass, TURKEY INTENSIVE Thanksgiving. I haven’t BEEN UPDATING THIS too much this MONTH, AND I’M sorry for that BUT SHIT HAS been busy. NO MATTER! WE HAVE a book to DISCUSS … Continue reading

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