Utopian Reading Of Omelas Sparknotes

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Khanna discusses the changes in the genre of utopia when it is more rigidly established in ground rule of feminism. The outlook of difference, whether of species or of gender, undoes the separation and ranking so extensive in the dominant narrative of our literature even utopian narratives. It is no longer the generic tension of binary opposition, but the gendered search for difference that composes Le Guin's utopian venture. In "Omelas" readers are meant to see the suffering child behind the flute player's sensitive eyes, a summarization of the mythos of scared artist and, completely in this story, a recapitulation of binary oppositions within the dominant utopian
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