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Part II How they consider humans… First it’s the way they call their origins. In the novel they call their human origins as par…. Suggests or hints as their potential bright future, those two are the example in the novel. After they graduated from Hailsham, Ruth, Kathy and Tommy when they journey found that both possible. They imagined would be possibly… Though in the end they were forced admit that their origins cannot be anyone common or anyone who is having a bright future is living a good life. I mean it is undeniable that it is fantasy of imagined their possible living the life they want complete their identity. Meaning there is origin root to their life and their roots are doing ok. However, looking at clone students
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