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I think I was unprepared going into this.
The art style was great and the message was necessary but I found it a bit awkward that literally everyone other than the two main characters were awful people. It might say more about me than the book that i’m calling a novel dealing with racist themes too dark, but I found the grittiness unnecessarily exaggerated and over the chines.
I need to read the novel!
Honestly, I don’t know if Mlorie want to now. I kind of want to see if the novel goes deeper but ugh I doubt it.
Does it deal with racism simplistically? Yes, I can not tell if this is in result of it being an adaptation of a novel. It got messy when you have white characters who are supposed to represent black people doing certain things that do not feel representative of black people blackma any time period.
By race swapping it stepped into messy things about black people because it was not a straight swap and somehow it feels like it made black people still the bad guys. Direction blac,man the plot. It started off with potential then slid off into being an average teen dystopia except without the revolutionary change the world aspect.
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At the core it felt like it did not say anything that isn’t already known but I’m coming from so the year that this was published,has to be taken into account. Who is the audience for this story? I’m wondering if this is more of a commentary on non-American racism.
Does the world built serve that purpose? A bigger question is what was the purpose of this story? Is it to teach about racism? Is it enough now in current day to teach about racism? I feel that there was a lost opportunity when the story could have gotten deeper into the insidious systematic impact of racism. Or did the story have this quick nod and that’s it? The feminist commentary felt like most of the rest of the story not enough if not even less than not enough.
There is a few scenes of gender violence among child abuse and just general violence I do not know if it helped the story because it was not addressed.
I will give it that quick nod said the most about feminism in racial conversations it gets forgotten nonetheless I cannot give the book points for itself pushing the feminism conversation to the back too.
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