Never Let Me Go, By Kazuo Ishiguro

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We ask a question of who we are as both individuals and as humans are brought up in studies of addressing the crisis surrounding this subject area of science in regards to clones. In the novel “Never Let Me Go,” by Kazuo Ishiguro he addresses the issue about clones and how they grow up in an institution meant to get the students ready to conquer in a human environment. Ishiguro’s novel “Never Let Me Go” serves an approach to the “Cloning argument. In the novel a character named Kathy H was one of the primary ones who was cloned along with a few others. This helps us to answer the question of how clones should be treated in relation to human verses non-human concept, as Ishiguro attempts to define humanity through the eyes of Kathy H., a clone with experiences much like that of any ordinary human out there. Through the analysis of Ishiguro novel and the article “Science fiction and legal reality,” discussing the link between human and clones and how in relationship to Ishiguro’s approach to the matter of cloning plays a part in Human like life form. I will seek to interpret and answer to the often yet odd question: what does it intend to be like a man in the tangible world of manipulation of clones? “I don’t agree upon this article of Cloning and the research and how it pertains to the novel “Never Let Me Go”, as I fully don’t believe in the cloning procedure for humans to have to work through this process in life, like the characters in the novel had to suffice.

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