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This study is an initial attempt to investigate the ways that posthumanism manifests within three works of contemporary speculative fiction: Margaret Atwood?s Oryx and Crake (2010), Kazuo Ishiguro?s Never Let Me Go (2005) and Richard Powers?s Galatea 2.2 (1995). Posthumanism seeks to overturn the assumptions of liberal humanism, which places ?the human? as the central, most important, and possibly only ethical subject in order to recognize inhuman beings-whether they be animal, clone, ordoi:10.13016/m2zt5h fatcat:vkiyx2jmxzbubocjpvlzqigoe4