Date: 2007-12-12 12:54 am (UTC)
I think I was pretty much told about the similarities before I had a chance to figure them out for myself, although I certainly did know about "Parts" beforehand. In some ways, mind you, I can see "cloning people to serve as rejection-free organ banks" as an almost standard part of the science fiction toolkit, and definitely far, far more plausible than "a clone will magically inherit the memories of his or her genetic donor..." (That said, the clones in Star Wars strike me as presenting a good mix of "nature" and "nurture.")
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