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Never Let Me Go

oldSpeak, the online journal of The Rutherford Institute has again been kind enough to publish another of my review essays. The topic of this essay is Never Let Me Go, the new novel by Kazuo Ishiguro that explores questions regarding the ethics of human cloning. I highly recommend the book because it is first of all a very fine story and only within that context an ethical statement. You can read the review here.

My past essays for oldSpeak can be found here.


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