The Gate to Women's Country Essay | The Gate to Womens Country

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The Gate to Womens Country

Summary: Iphigenia at Ilium, by Sheri S. Tepper shows the women of Women's Country to be dammned. They have chosen to kill the men that showcase the qualities of anger and war. The women are scared; they have seen what can happen after the near destruction of the entire world.
The Gate to Women's Country

The Play Iphigenia at Ilium represents the values shared by the people of women's country and the warriors of the garrison's. Throughout the novel the play is implemented to showcase the values and situations that the people share as well as exemplifying the unique structure of the community. As the characters and society go through changes, the play represents these changes and the emotions of the characters.

"ANDROMACHE One can account so little for some things. He's pleased with her? Then he is likely pleased to taunt the gods and court his own destruction. What will he do with her" (Tepper, 32). The novel begins with Stavia reminiscing of the past. As the novel progresses the play is incorporated to correspond with the novel and recognize issues that are key events in the novel. In the passage above the relationship between...

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