Ishiguro's Lens Of Nostalgia In Never Let Me Go

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Unlike Vincent, Kathy 's constant remarks about her past and the importance of allowing herself to reminisce indicate that she views these memories through the lens of nostalgia. Childhood is a significant component of each character 's lives in Never Let Me Go, as it is highlighted through Kathy 's memories of her past. After losing both her friends, looking back with nostalgia to the past is all Kathy can do in order to comfort herself. 'The memories I value most, I don’t see them ever fading. I lost Ruth, then I lost Tommy, but I won’t lose my memories of them. ' The reminiscence of the time that Kathy spent in Hailsham suggests she only has fond memories of the years she lived there. Ishiguro uses flashbacks continuously throughout the
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