Never Let Me Go - Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-11 Summary

Chapter 10 is the opening chapter of Part Two of the novel. This section focuses on the years spent by Kathy, Tommy and Ruth at the Cottages, a communal living area they share with clones from other parts of the country.

The Cottages are a bit run down and drafty and cold, Kathy explains, especially compared to Hailsham, but the thrill of being on their own makes up for any discomfort. After feeling awkward upon first arriving, the three friends are soon taken in by the "veteran" older residents who make them feel welcome.

The veterans treat Ruth and Tommy as an "established" couple, Kathy observes, not knowing anything about their past. This pleases Ruth, Kathy notes, and she closely analyzes how Ruth's behavior shifts as she fits herself into the new social setting of the Cottages. There are television sets, and Kathy notices that several...

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