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by Terry Pratchett

Women & Femininity Quotes in Nation

How we cite our quotes: (Chapter.Paragraph)

Quote #10

From the Woman's Place, everything was a matter of perspective. (15.306)

Many things in this novel are about perspective: us and them, men and woman, and child and adult. Is Nation suggesting that women are particularly good at having perspective? Or is this a lesson that the men in the novel need to learn, too?

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