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Unformatted text preview: George Fountain III Literature 105 Professor Voris November 16, 2010 Never Let Me Go Response Paper The novel, Never Let Me Go , by Kazuo Ishiguro, the story is told by Kathy H. in a stream of consciousness form. Ideas and concepts are established through “lily pad” formations, whenever the narrator can recall something important. This feature represents Kathy trying to correct her memories and the memory of others. By trying to sort the memories correct, she is trying to correspond the form with the way all the facts were first presented to her at the Hailsham institute. Recalling the Spring Exchange, Kathy can later figure out why it was such a significant event at Hailsham. On page 16, she states, “Looking back now, I can see why the Exchanges became so important to us. For a start, they were our only means, aside from the Sales—the Sales were something else, which I’ll come to later—of building up a collection of personal possessions.” Therefore, as she replays the memories in her mind, she figures out where to fill in possessions....
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- Fall '10
- Stream Of Consciousness, The Reader, Kazuo Ishiguro, Kathy H.