Ishiguro utilizes the juxtaposition of settings to represent the absence of opportunity and a steady feeling of repression looked by the hero in the novel, Never Let Me Go. With a predetermined number of settings, Never Let Me Go sees a sensational differentiation between the flexibilities of the open street and Norfolk as opposed to the restriction of particularly planned clone offices, for example, the care focuses and Hailsham itself. Where Norfolk enables Kathy and alternate understudies to meander aimlessly and investigate, Hailsham sees understudies banished from the outside world and frightful of what lies past the fence line.
The disengagement of Hailsham itself combined with ‘shocking stories of the forested areas’ keep understudies uneasy of the outside world.
The care focuses themselves are portrayed as ‘excessively stuffy or excessively drafty’ with ‘no genuine feeling of peace and calm’. While there are no physical wall encompassing them, these distressing cement and tile jails make a steady feeling of bondage and exhibit the sadness of every clone’s destiny.
Alternately, Norfolk rouses a significant number of the clones, going about as a wellspring of expectation. The clones see Norfolk as ‘the lost corner of England’, a place where one could locate the outlandish and scan for lost belonging, friends and family and overlooked prospects. Ishiguro’s utilization of comparing settings concedes the peruser a more profound comprehension into the physical and enthusiastic imprisonment looked by the clones all through their short life expectancies.
Kazuo Ishiguro’s utilization of similar juxtapositions in the story, Never Let Me Go, offers the peruser an essential understanding into the delicacy of life and the ethical quality of restorative and logical practices.
Ishiguro can feature a considerable lot of the novel’s real subjects, for example, power, control and constrainment as he utilizes examinations between the qualities and lives of people and clones, parts of the fundamental settings investigated in the story and characterisations inside Kathy’s own social pecking orders.