THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

From Ishiguro, a cautionary tale that doesn't quite add up

By Gail Caldwell
April 10, 2005

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Never Let Me Go By Kazuo Ishiguro Knopf, 288 pp., $24 At first encounter, Kathy H., the narrator of Kazuo Ishiguro's chilly, enigmatic novel, seems ordinary enough. She's a 31-year-old English woman, driving around the countryside in her job as some kind of caretaker, thinking back with bittersweet regard to her hallowed youth at a place called Hailsham. Coming of ... (Full article: 1307 words)

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