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Tiago Coelho Coelho itibaren Vaiduliai, Litvanya itibaren Vaiduliai, Litvanya

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Tiago Coelho Coelho itibaren Vaiduliai, Litvanya

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Bazı ilginç noktalar, ama genel olarak gerçekten sağduyudan daha fazlasını söylemediğini düşündüm. Vaka çalışmaları bunun en ilginç kısmıydı. Hush Puppies'in öfke olduğunu kim bilebilirdi?

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The idea behind Never Let Me Go is certainly not an original one; for anyone who has read any genre novels or seen any genre tv, the central conceit is signposted clearly from the very beginning, and the big revelation is not shocking at all. It is populated with some very passive people, and the society it reveals is never sharply drawn, never in focus enough, for it to be the chilling contemporary dystopia which Ishiguro clearly wants it to be. It feels as if he never commits completely to the full horror of what he's writing, and I thought he could have done so much more with what he had. Thanks to all that, I think if you are reading this book for the plot, then it will be a disappointment to you--its attraction, as in the other books of Ishiguro's that I've read, lies in the smoothness of his prose, the depth of its atmosphere, and the clarity of his characterisation. They make the book worth reading; but overall, I do not think it is worth rereading. A shame.

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One thing the cover (and presumeably the film) sort of spoils is the agelessness of the zazie character. At times her behaviour is entirely consistent with the little girl in the film still, but at others you wonder if she isnt perhaps already a young adult. The benefit of never really knowing is that you don't know how you're supposed to be reacting to her behvaiour - is she about to be molested or is she an adult just escaping her over-protective uncle for a moment? Is this ambiguity intended to expose our societies programmed moral responses? I think this may have been the first book I'd read to actually make me laugh out loud, involuntarily, in public. Part of that could be down to my previously over serious reading habits.