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In this world every child created by any reason whether real or manufactured is still completely human The question is do these clones have souls Many argue that they do not but if they didnt would they get feelings towards love Would this even be possible if they didnt have a soul These clones are just being used for organ donations and nothing else They should have the right to manage their own life without letting others do it for them These individuals will try to search for love soul and after life The soul of an individual is based on the clones desire to search for their existence in Ishiguos Never Let Me GoAs time progressed these children start to give up and do as others say They have their own idea Kathy wants to have a baby and live a romantic life yet she isnt allowed to Her desire of having a baby is strong but they were set to have sex with no worries of having babies The song Never Let Me Go is a meaningful song because she imagines a baby telling her not to let go They should be let free and live their life They have rights just like any other human does If this isnt possible they should at least have the right to be informed of their origins and their futures as fully and honestly as possible Platos Allegory and the Cave is parallel to this story he trys to convey to the readers that this world is not exactly the way people picture it Making us stay away from the reality and what surrounds us It is better to know the ugly truth rather than a beautiful lie These clones live in the cottages not letting them see what surrounds them Therefore restraint to live a normal life As these clones grow older they try finding their possible The possible is the person from whom
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