Never Let Me Go - Study Guide Chapters 16-17 Summary & Analysis

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The trip to Norfolk seems to have had an effect on their friendships, Kathy recalls in Chapter 16. They never really talk about what happened, and Kathy and Tommy do not explore his theory about Madame's gallery as she expected they might.

Then one day Kathy comes across Tommy sitting alone in one of the outbuildings of the Cottages. He is drawing in a small notebook and he shows his drawings to Kathy. They are of tiny imaginary animals, with great detail. Kathy is impressed with the drawings and tells Tommy so.

The drawings become an issue between the three of them. One evening Ruth and Kathy are having one of their regular confidential chats alone. Kathy opens up about a boy she has been seeing and is feeling close to Ruth. As they sit in Kathy's room, Ruth notices the Judy Bridgewater tape that Tommy...

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