In the final chapters in Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Never Let Me Go” the author revisits many of the key themes that have already been presented (as well as complicates them) however, it does tie up the loose ends and adds a suitable completion to the novel for its characters. I think this is a good way to summarise Tommy’s character and I think it is an appropriate ending to his life as he would never “go with the flow” at Hailsham – he wouldn’t act like the other clones and he would ask questions – and this final rage shows that he was unique and his own person, not the same as everybody else. The ending shows this well because after this discussion with their ex- guardians they just continue with their lives (except from Tommy’s rage). This again shows “normal people” being superior over them. Because of this, I see Miss Emily as someone who was earned respect from the students and someone who has self pride. The reader discovers that in fact the pupils of Hailsham are the lucky ones, at other organ donation regions lived in terrible conditions. EVENT: Halloween - The Scariest Dramas and Movies! Miss Emily seems far more interested in her cabinet than Kathy and Tommy. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. I think the ending of Never Let Me go is very effective. As Miss Emily and Madame are speaking to Kathy and Tommy they speak with an authorities tone, perhaps because of their age or because they see themselves as superior because they aren’t clones? Please try again in a few minutes. She did however see Ruth in pain when they went to visit the boat. In the final chapters in Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Never Let Me Go” the author revisits many of the key themes that have already been presented (as well as complicates them) however, it does tie up the loose ends and adds a suitable completion to the novel for its characters. When Kathy and Tommy are talking about his rage afterwards, Kathy wonders if ‘the reason [Tommy] used to get like that was because at some level [he] always knew.’ Tommy doubts this idea but suggests ‘somewhere deep down’ he knew something the other students at Hailsham didn’t. After Kathy and Tommy find they cannot get a deferral Ishiguro swiftly ends the novel with a scene of Kathy in her later years getting out her car reminiscing about Ruth and her times at Hailsham this. ( Log Out /  The way Kathy stays calm suits her character and how she handles the situation is expected, but what is unexpected is Tommy’s rage when he is traveling back with Kathy. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out /  I think this is an effective way to end the novel because whilst reading it, we have lived the lives of the three main characters and we will eventually see their deaths. And why do Tommy and Kathy only get to know now? By Throughout the novel up to this point the reader is convinced that Kathy and Tommy’s uncontrollable fate is extremely unfortunate however in reality they are lucky to be in their position in comparison, and is because of Miss Emily. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! CarolynH

However it is just a theory of mine. Title: I Will Never Let You Go/Legend of Hua Bu Qi (小女花不弃) # of Episodes: 51 Release Date: January 8 th, 2019 Where to Watch: Viki. It was a badly written and executed ending. cybertron These characteristics are seen when Kathy and Tommy go and talk to her but her secret fears and worries are now unveiled and we can see that she was keeping those emotions hidden from the students to protect them from the worries themselves. Started September 21, 2008, [Mainland Chinese Drama 2019] I Will Never Let You Go / Legend of Huo Buo 小女花不弃.

In my opinion the ending was effective, it concluded the plot well and tied up all the loose ends and provided a suitable ending for the characters, even if they were not the endings the reader would have liked. These are all miserable events and we slowly see the end of the three main characters life. Started June 22, 2007, By Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account.

In my opinion it was used to stop the youngsters rebelling, by occasionally telling them small pieces of information they would just accept it as if it were normal and wouldn’t stop to think about it. This brings me onto, which is in my opinion is the main theme of the novel, the idea of the protagonists accepting all the hardship that comes upon them. The purpose of Hailsham and why they ran things the way they did were revealed, Madame’s ‘gallery’ was exposed to what it really is and why they were taking the students’ artwork, the reason Hailsham was closed down made known, why Miss Lucy left so unexpectedly was explained, why Madame was crying when she saw Kathy dancing was made clear and the fears felt by both Miss Emily and Madame were revealed. Another Key theme brought up in this theme is the idea of equality. I think the ending of Never Let Me go is very effective.To start with, I think Ishiguro shows the reader that he thinks it is better to know rather than be kept in the dark about something because at the end of his novel everything is exposed. Kathy and Tommy’s visit to see Madame and (to their surprise) Miss Emily completely turns the readers view on the novel on its head. We witness Ruth’s death, the crushed chances of a deferral for Kathy and Tommy, Tommy’s death and the start of Kathy’s donations. This combined with the failure of the deferrals are needed to complete the fate of the protagonists and to create a sort of reality check of disappointment.

They will probably let everything go and become the lotus hero and heroine towards the end, because they both wanna do good. Bookmark the permalink . Boo! The purpose of Hailsham and why they ran… Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Although usually killing off two of the main characters results in a gory uninteresting novel, Ishiguro shows death differently, like a sort of necessary evil, how else will people get donor organs? Madame and Miss Emily’s endings show them as the same old guardians they were, however perhaps not as caring, not just because they cannot help Kathy and Tommy, but they seem distracted and reluctant.

This leaves Kathy’s ending, which is in my opinion, is the most melancholy of all of the characters endings. ( Log Out /  ( Log Out / 

( Log Out /  Change ). I think Ishiguro created quite a gloomy atmosphere in the last few chapters of the book. In my opinion she may be planning to receive a donor organ, which makes the reader see her as a hypocrite, as she pesters Kathy and Tommy to be grateful for her work. This shows that in the end the guardians (and therefore the author) have decided that knowing I better than being left in the dark.

Finally, the idea of knowing and not knowing is brought up in the last chapters. Started November 9, 2005, By That still leaves the question why did Miss Lucy have to leave? I think the way Madame takes a backseat and lets Miss Emily do most of the explaining about Hailsham to Kathy and Tommy, fits her character brilliantly as she never had much direct contact with the students whilst they were at Hailsham, she was there but never drew attention to herself – just like she does at the end of the novel. When she used to visit Hailsham, she would freeze when she saw the students and it seemed as though Madame had to build up a lot of courage and confidence to walk past the students because she was scared of them ‘in the same way someone might be afraid of spiders.’ This is again seen when Kathy and Tommy visit her in Littlehampton and when she first sees them she stiffens, ‘as if a large pair of spiders was set to crawl towards her.’ We can also see that Madame is uncomfortable around  Kathy and Tommy as she ‘tucks her shoulders in tightly as she passed between [them]’ so she doesn’t touch Kathy or Tommy.

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In the final chapters in Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Never Let Me Go” the author revisits many of the key themes that have already been presented (as well as complicates them) however, it does tie up the loose ends and adds a suitable completion to the novel for its characters. I think this is a good way to summarise Tommy’s character and I think it is an appropriate ending to his life as he would never “go with the flow” at Hailsham – he wouldn’t act like the other clones and he would ask questions – and this final rage shows that he was unique and his own person, not the same as everybody else. The ending shows this well because after this discussion with their ex- guardians they just continue with their lives (except from Tommy’s rage). This again shows “normal people” being superior over them. Because of this, I see Miss Emily as someone who was earned respect from the students and someone who has self pride. The reader discovers that in fact the pupils of Hailsham are the lucky ones, at other organ donation regions lived in terrible conditions. EVENT: Halloween - The Scariest Dramas and Movies! Miss Emily seems far more interested in her cabinet than Kathy and Tommy. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. I think the ending of Never Let Me go is very effective. As Miss Emily and Madame are speaking to Kathy and Tommy they speak with an authorities tone, perhaps because of their age or because they see themselves as superior because they aren’t clones? Please try again in a few minutes. She did however see Ruth in pain when they went to visit the boat. In the final chapters in Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Never Let Me Go” the author revisits many of the key themes that have already been presented (as well as complicates them) however, it does tie up the loose ends and adds a suitable completion to the novel for its characters. When Kathy and Tommy are talking about his rage afterwards, Kathy wonders if ‘the reason [Tommy] used to get like that was because at some level [he] always knew.’ Tommy doubts this idea but suggests ‘somewhere deep down’ he knew something the other students at Hailsham didn’t. After Kathy and Tommy find they cannot get a deferral Ishiguro swiftly ends the novel with a scene of Kathy in her later years getting out her car reminiscing about Ruth and her times at Hailsham this. ( Log Out /  The way Kathy stays calm suits her character and how she handles the situation is expected, but what is unexpected is Tommy’s rage when he is traveling back with Kathy. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out /  I think this is an effective way to end the novel because whilst reading it, we have lived the lives of the three main characters and we will eventually see their deaths. And why do Tommy and Kathy only get to know now? By Throughout the novel up to this point the reader is convinced that Kathy and Tommy’s uncontrollable fate is extremely unfortunate however in reality they are lucky to be in their position in comparison, and is because of Miss Emily. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! CarolynH

However it is just a theory of mine. Title: I Will Never Let You Go/Legend of Hua Bu Qi (小女花不弃) # of Episodes: 51 Release Date: January 8 th, 2019 Where to Watch: Viki. It was a badly written and executed ending. cybertron These characteristics are seen when Kathy and Tommy go and talk to her but her secret fears and worries are now unveiled and we can see that she was keeping those emotions hidden from the students to protect them from the worries themselves. Started September 21, 2008, [Mainland Chinese Drama 2019] I Will Never Let You Go / Legend of Huo Buo 小女花不弃.

In my opinion the ending was effective, it concluded the plot well and tied up all the loose ends and provided a suitable ending for the characters, even if they were not the endings the reader would have liked. These are all miserable events and we slowly see the end of the three main characters life. Started June 22, 2007, By Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account.

In my opinion it was used to stop the youngsters rebelling, by occasionally telling them small pieces of information they would just accept it as if it were normal and wouldn’t stop to think about it. This brings me onto, which is in my opinion is the main theme of the novel, the idea of the protagonists accepting all the hardship that comes upon them. The purpose of Hailsham and why they ran things the way they did were revealed, Madame’s ‘gallery’ was exposed to what it really is and why they were taking the students’ artwork, the reason Hailsham was closed down made known, why Miss Lucy left so unexpectedly was explained, why Madame was crying when she saw Kathy dancing was made clear and the fears felt by both Miss Emily and Madame were revealed. Another Key theme brought up in this theme is the idea of equality. I think the ending of Never Let Me go is very effective.To start with, I think Ishiguro shows the reader that he thinks it is better to know rather than be kept in the dark about something because at the end of his novel everything is exposed. Kathy and Tommy’s visit to see Madame and (to their surprise) Miss Emily completely turns the readers view on the novel on its head. We witness Ruth’s death, the crushed chances of a deferral for Kathy and Tommy, Tommy’s death and the start of Kathy’s donations. This combined with the failure of the deferrals are needed to complete the fate of the protagonists and to create a sort of reality check of disappointment.

They will probably let everything go and become the lotus hero and heroine towards the end, because they both wanna do good. Bookmark the permalink . Boo! The purpose of Hailsham and why they ran… Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Although usually killing off two of the main characters results in a gory uninteresting novel, Ishiguro shows death differently, like a sort of necessary evil, how else will people get donor organs? Madame and Miss Emily’s endings show them as the same old guardians they were, however perhaps not as caring, not just because they cannot help Kathy and Tommy, but they seem distracted and reluctant.

This leaves Kathy’s ending, which is in my opinion, is the most melancholy of all of the characters endings. ( Log Out /  ( Log Out / 

( Log Out /  Change ). I think Ishiguro created quite a gloomy atmosphere in the last few chapters of the book. In my opinion she may be planning to receive a donor organ, which makes the reader see her as a hypocrite, as she pesters Kathy and Tommy to be grateful for her work. This shows that in the end the guardians (and therefore the author) have decided that knowing I better than being left in the dark.

Finally, the idea of knowing and not knowing is brought up in the last chapters. Started November 9, 2005, By That still leaves the question why did Miss Lucy have to leave? I think the way Madame takes a backseat and lets Miss Emily do most of the explaining about Hailsham to Kathy and Tommy, fits her character brilliantly as she never had much direct contact with the students whilst they were at Hailsham, she was there but never drew attention to herself – just like she does at the end of the novel. When she used to visit Hailsham, she would freeze when she saw the students and it seemed as though Madame had to build up a lot of courage and confidence to walk past the students because she was scared of them ‘in the same way someone might be afraid of spiders.’ This is again seen when Kathy and Tommy visit her in Littlehampton and when she first sees them she stiffens, ‘as if a large pair of spiders was set to crawl towards her.’ We can also see that Madame is uncomfortable around  Kathy and Tommy as she ‘tucks her shoulders in tightly as she passed between [them]’ so she doesn’t touch Kathy or Tommy.

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