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  The Subjectivity in the Dystopian Society in the Movie Never Let Me Go

Miss Man Ning Chao

graduate student

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Chao, Man Ning

 

Abstract

In this paper, I will argue the issue of subjectivity of the clones with the utopia and dystopia idea with Kumar’s theory and several researches. In Kumar’s theory, he gives the approach to analyze the utopian texts. I agree with the elements that the utopian or dystopian works need. In Never Let Me Go, Kazuo Ishiguro describes the dystopian society in England. In Never Let Me Go, the society looks well-formed and the clones do their duties. The children are clones, who do not have human rights. For the normal people, it seems to be the perfect world because they can sustain their lives, which can be called utopia. However, for the clones, who are never regarded as human, the world is so cruel to them.

journal of english

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