Write a 1000-word essay in which you take one of the larger themes of the book Never Let Me Go and compare or contrast it to an experience(s) as a first-year college student. Specifically, you should focus on some extended episode, or set of episodes, related to the theme that is an example of a troublesome constraint on freedom. Especially interesting in the book are subtle social and self-constraints. Then compare or contrast the episode with any life experience as a new college student. How is the SMU experience similar to the problem encountered in the episode and/or how is it different? Avoid devoting too much space describing the episode in the book, as I have read it too, but refer to it in paraphrase fashion so I at least understand that you have read the book. Spend the most space in the essay comparing or contrasting the episode with real life as a student and how the experience has helped you grow as a person.