Ran Posted February 5, 2009 Share Posted February 5, 2009 That comes across, yes. It's just that the male characters are painted with a much more varied brush than the female characters, and then he says he was deliberately limiting the roles of women well beyond what was the case in an equivalent period, and for some reason that means it's all about sex, and so there's nothing to them but sex if you look at it in a certain way. I can't see why he went so far with the women, and yet didn't do something similar with the men. Maybe it'll be clear by the final book of the series. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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