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The time: 5, years from now. A writer sends his manuscript to his mentor, asking for her opinion. Young women across the world suddenly find themselves no longer at the mercy of men.
Reports filter in of teenage girls being able to generate an electrical current, much like eels, that they can turn against those who seek to harm them. At first, few people believe these disparate stories, which connect places as far apart as India, Nigeria, the UK and the US. Of course, other factions, notably the deposed king of Saudi Arabia, have issues with this development, and do all they can to stop it, catapulting the world into a literal war of the sexes.
Her players are all too human, the force of politics and its undertow of corruption, criminality and chaos a constant presence that disrupts their lives and makes the attainment of their ideals a difficult, often deadly, process. The Power is a self-aware book. It begins with what seems, to many angry readers, a utopic premise.
Imagine if women, the largest and most long-subjugated group in the history of civilisation, could be unafraid, could throw off their shackles and walk outside, could let go the burden of fear and uncertainty that haunts even the most well-off among us. But the narrative spins us past this quickly, and Alderman reminds us that, man or woman, power works the same way. The Power is a timely book. In we saw Hillary Clinton, the first nominated female contender for arguably the most powerful office in the world, lose to a male candidate who appeared — and still appears — unqualified for the job.
The Power plays into both the dreams of feminists as well as their nightmares.
It is feminist in the sense that it literally empowers its female characters, and makes them human, both amazingly and depressingly so. The Power is not an easy work to negotiate.
It seeks to question, disturb, and give its readers food for thought. It takes the age-old idea of the battle of the sexes, and recasts it in a contemporary light, taking care to rope in the connectedness of the modern world, and the many layers to any political or personal decision.
There is little black or white in this book, just as there is little black or white to gender. Share your perspective on this article with a post on ScrollStack, and send it to your followers. Contribute Now. The Almighty has returned as promised, and She dwells in human flesh again.
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