The Politics of Knowledge II: Revenge of the Knowledge

Dan Fang extends the discussion of information and narrative structure that Pellarin started, but she instead focuses on the way Kathy presents the book, not the way the future is presented to the Hailsham students. Although Pellarin mentioned a parallel between the way information is withheld from the students to the way that information is withheld from the reader, Fang further elaborates this, and calls into question both the effectiveness of the storytelling, and the narrator’s reliability.

The Politics of Knowledge II: Revenge of the Knowledge

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~ by kievan09 on June 25, 2012.

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