humans (P 358). Therefore, this objectification of the clones made them not only look inferior to the humans but also created a barrier between them and the humans to the extent that the latter could not treat them as part of their society. Kathy is also conscious of the inhuman and objectified treatment in which they were treated. She exhaustively understands the processes of donations and the subsequent fate that would befall the clones once the fourth donation process was completed. She says “in the fourth donation; one was technically destroyed, however in some way, they would still be conscious, regardless, in spite of the clones being taken to the hospitals for treatment, more donations would be conducted” (p 258).
Objectification here is reflected on the basis that they were not treated like humans when they fell sick, the clones lives, even after frequent donations where they were technically destroyed, there were no care centres, no friends, no nurses, they were helpless with nothing left for them to do other than watch their remaining body parts (Mentese 116). The novel represents a barbaric activity of the normal towards the clones. Objectification does not just happen in a type of dismissal but as a generalization, which utilizes negative words for debasing, barring, and separating the others, yet it additionally occurs in a kind of absorption. The critical goal of absorption is to hide a demonstration of generalization.
The procedure of absorption utilizes positive words or talk for commending others. Now and again, it is called ‘objectification by esteeming,’ since the objectification in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go 133 unrivaled gathering requires an acknowledgment and diminishes a sentiment of being ‘the other’ of a sub-par gathering. To be specific, it influences the clones to feel the same as the normal from various perspectives. A second-rate aggregate is as yet being separated and ominously treated (Sawyer 238). In Never Let Me Go, the gatekeepers utilize such words to call the clones for example ‘sweetheart,’ ‘my dears,’ ‘dear understudy,’ or ‘sweetheart.’ More to this, osmosis through talks is additionally utilized as a procedure to demonstrate that the clones are completely human similar to the normal. For