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” in “bloodchild,” gan, as a male, is faced with the same types of circumstances involving his body in which he must make a ch...  Read More

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Butler deals with the essence of our humanity imaginatively and with great depth and sensitivity.

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An expository analysis finds typical feminist gender roles being somewhat shared by the male protagonist, gan—a terran—who is e...  Read More

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Bloodchild is a complex story of interdependent relationships, with humans being used as hosts to nurse the infants of an alien...  Read More

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Mankind, embroiled in heated competition with itself, is hardly prepared to handle an alien species which, they assume, must be...  Read More

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Terrific short story collection

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Great collection of short stories that are easy to read and thought provoking. I love all her books as she is a great story teller.


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    I don't remember purchasing this book used.


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    As a huge sci-fi fan, i can't believe i'd missed this book or author for all these years.


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    It broke me out of the dune/star trek epic space sagas into a more personal alternate world.


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    Et al, octavia butler was a self-ascribed feminist who shaped the science fiction genre to “represent her black feminist perspectives.


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    Butler was a pioneer for women in a genre dominated by males in science fiction.

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