Can you help me understand this Literature question?
Reading: Never Let Me Go, chapters 7-12
Purpose: To analyze the connection between dystopia and globality in in Never Let Me Go using writing as an exploratory tool
Skills/knowledge practiced: Textual analysis; close reading; writing with citations; use of textual evidence; developing argument; analysis of narrative techniques; genre analysis; following proper MLA formatting guidelines; paraphrasing quotes
Submission instructions: Please submit your 200-400 word response as a Word doc on Blackboard (no paper copies will be accepted). Every submission should include at least one quote from the text.
1 pt. for proper citation use; 1 pt. for proper assignment formatting.
Assignments should be formatted as follows: 12 pt. font, 1-inch margins, double-spaced with header, page numbers, Times New Roman font, Word Count listed, Works Cited page on separate page, submitted as Microsoft Word or PDF. This may seem like a lot but it is the golden standard for document preparation, and if properly followed will make your writing immediately more consistent and easier to read. See the following for an example: MLA Citation Template and Example.pdf
I'm making a couple of additions here that I think will help you with this assignment. Please read the first Q & A in this article. For a quick discussion of dystopian novels, watch this. Submit your paper (See options below) via the link above by Tues, 3/24 GR
Option 1: Though Never Let Me Go takes place in England, the novel is a mainstay in the traditional canon of global literature. What aspects of the text contribute to its placement in such a canon? What is the connection between Ishiguro's unadorned writing style and his portrayal of the world? Make sure to choose a passage and closely analyze its specific use of language, metaphor, narration, etc. to provide support for your claims.
Option 2: Dystopian novels are often historically connected to political and social critique. What, exactly, is Ishiguro critiquing in the novel? What is the novel's stance on genetic science, cloning, humanism, education, and/or government? Choose a passage and explain how it symbolically supports your identification of Ishiguro's political/societal/cultural views.
please choose one of the options and answer it