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...the novel will then seem more systematic and direct.
Multiplicity was engineered into the novel to confront the gender identity binarisms, male patriarchy, and dominance: “multiplicity already roams the edges of sex and gender, but without being widely recognized: Multiplicity offers a stronger, more radical challenge to patriarchy. Recognizing sex multiplicity not only can challenge patriarchy but, by analogy, can challenge other habits of thinking as well in situations where sex, duality, and especially sex duality offer an inadequate conceptual framework.” (77 EP) All along, the women (author) knew the required strategy to collapsing the discourses for good. At last, the women cry out “the war is over, the war is over…” (144), only to close the novel with achieving victory and reigning in multiplicity with all four powers in unity to materialize their revelation.
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