Essay Three: The Precarious Nature of the CloneTopic: The benefits offered by science always seem to come at a price. Never Let Me Go presents the pitfalls of cloning, but also demonstrates the paradoxical pride of Kathy and the others for giving up their lives as donors. Audience: Your audience for this paper will be students at the University of La Verne.Writing Guidelines: -Produce a typed essay that is six to eight pages long, double-spaced. -Use at least three outside sources. These outside sources may be: peer reviewed academic journals, published books, published theses/dissertations, published newspaper articles, or other published materials.-Cite from Never Let Me Go in your essay. You may also use the other sources we have viewed or read for class. -The essay should be in twelve-point, Times New Roman font with one-inch margins for the entire document. -Use MLA format for in-text citations and the Works Cited page. The Works Cited page is NOT part of the six full-page minimum.Hello!~ I think I need your help again. I choose question A (question in the file below)and I already done of research in homework. You’d better use one or two research information in my essay #3.
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Essay Three: The Precarious Nature of the Clone
Topic: The benefits offered by science always seem to come at a price. Never Let Me Go presents
the pitfalls of cloning, but also demonstrates the paradoxical pride of Kathy and the others for
giving up their lives as donors.
Audience: Your audience for this paper will be students at the University of La Verne.
-Produce a typed essay that is six to eight pages long, double-spaced.
-Use at least three outside sources. These outside sources may be: peer reviewed academic
journals, published books, published theses/dissertations, published newspaper articles, or other
-Cite from Never Let Me Go in your essay. You may also use the other sources we have viewed
or read for class.
-The essay should be in twelve-point, Times New Roman font with one-inch margins for the
-Use MLA format for in-text citations and the Works Cited page. The Works Cited page is NOT
part of the six full-page minimum.
-Identify the prompt question you will address in your heading and write on one topic below:
A. Argue whether Kathy willingly accepts her fate as an organ donor. And explain why or why
B. A number of readers have expressed dismay and surprise that the clones never try to escape
their ultimate fate. While we may wish they would try to escape, Ishiguro makes clear why the
clones can never escape their fate. To what extent are the clones trained or conditioned to accept
their fate as organ donors?
C. What role did the Guardians play in the novel? Analyze how Miss Emily and Madame justify
Hailsham and the way the children were reared. (See tips below.)
D. Does Kathys narrative somehow justify cloning or organ donations in Never Let Me Go?
Why or why not?
Tips: If you are responding to C, above, you will have to read ahead a bit; see chapter twentytwo. Also, if you address C, you might incorporate a response to this question in your paper: can
you find a parallel in our society where we justify abhorrent practices (unethical or controversial
practices) with similar rationalizations?
fate as an
– Search information
1> Evers, Kathinka. The Identity of Clones. Journal of Medicine & Philosophy. Feb99,
Vol. 24 Issue 1, p67-76. 10p.
This paper distinguishes between numerical and qualitative; relational and intrinsic;
logical and empirical identity, and discusses the empirical individuation of clones in terms of
genetics, physiology, perception, cognition and personality.
2> Eatough, Matthew.The Time that Remains: Organ Donation, Temporal Duration, and
Bildung in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go. Literature and Medicine; Baltimore Vol. 29, Iss.
1, (Spring 2011): 132-60.
This essay is presented that examines the connection between affective indifference in organ
transplantation, vocational proficiency and quality of life which emerged in the novel “Never Let
Me Go,” by Kazuo Ishiguro. It quantifies the impact of physiological impairments on the
subjective well-being of the patient. It discusses the affective labor of the character of Kathy and
her fellow students.
3> Savulescu, Julian. Should we clone human beings? Cloning as a source of tissue for
transplantation.Journal of Medical Ethics. Apr99, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p87. 9p.
this essay talks about the ways in human cloning could be used to address the shortfall of organs
and tissues and the ethical concerns; Objections to the proposal to use cloning to produce tissue
– Summarize articles
1.The Identity of Clones ; If the shared identity of genetically indiscernible individuals is
neither physiological, perceptual, nor cognitive, these individuals will also have a personality of
their own. Our personality is not totally genetically determined but also a result of our
environment: upbringing, education, culture, era, and so forth. Twins are known to have different
personalities, and clones with the same genetic origin need not have more in common. Indeed,
they may well have less in common, if, say, they do not grow up together but in different
environments in which they are likely to develop individual ideas and attitudes and form a
personality of their own. The generation gap that would typically exist between the clone and the
DNA-donor would certainly exclude their having indiscernible personalities.
2.The Time that Remains: Organ Donation, Temporal Duration, and Bildung in Kazuo
Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go. :first, we find that the body functions as a concrete measure of time
within both projects and not as an inherent component of the self; second, each project
encourages an affective indifference within individual subjects to their own bodies; and third,
both quality of life studies and Never Let Me Go suggest that organ transplantation produces
what I will be calling an ontological “indifference” between bodies. The mode of Bildung that is
produced when these three factors overlap is precisely what enables highly individual affective
states to be calculated within a quantifiable metric. It is also what manages to keep Kathy’s tears
under “control” in the novel’s final moments, what enables her to subordinate her own physical
well-being to vocational demands, and what prevents her from dreading her own death. In short,
this Bildung transforms subjective affect into the transpersonal terms of vocational proficiency
– describe research process : Login Wilson Library and input my keyword, think about my
question and find title which is match with topic. Then I will read the introduction in detail
and consider it can prove my point or not. If it is , I will read the full text and find the
paragraph which I need in my essay. If not, I will find other academic articles.
Research Log for Essay 3
Directions: Please type your answers to the questions below.
Print out this worksheet and your responses for class on Wednesday, 4/25.
Assignment Guidelines: this assignment should be typed in 12-point, Times New Roman font
and the length of your responses should be two to three double-spaced pages.
1. What prompt question will you respond to? What is your working thesis statement?
Remember, a working thesis contains a position on the issue and a rationale or justification.
2. For purposes of research online, make a list of key terms for your working thesis. Come up with
at least ten key terms. Also, try combining key terms.
3. Search at least three different databases and describe the content of some the research you
found. Use a sentence or two to describe your findings for each database.
4. What is the title and author of at least two articles or other texts you found in your research
that will support your thesis?
5. Summarize two articles your found during your research process. In about a paragraph each,
describe the use of each article for your thesis.
6. In about one paragraph, describe your research process. Are you able to research more
efficiently with more exposure to the process? Why or why not? How might you develop your
method or process for research?
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