Literature at Lunchtime: Never Let Me Go


This year’s award of the Nobel Prize to Ishiguro requires our attention. Better known for an earlier novel ‘The Remains of the Day’, it feels time to look at his work to date and to concentrate on this later dystopian novel in the tradition of Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’. This is a timely horrorstory about genetics by the gentlest of writers. Come and explore why the Nobel choice is so well justified.

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