The Power: A Novel - Pages 59 - 119 Summary & Analysis

Naomi Alderman
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The narrative returns to Tunde. He has left university to be a professional journalist. The day after he uploaded the grocery store video, CNN contacted him and bought the unedited video file from him for $5,000. On the strength of that success, Tunde has begun traveling the world to document the sociopolitical effects of the new power appearing in an increasing number of women. He goes to Saudi Arabia, where tensions are growing between the government and the female population. The tensions grow into riots and violent conflicts between women and armed military units. The narrative then transitions to Margot. Margot worries about Jocelyn, whose powers seem to fluctuate randomly in terms of potency and control. As a public official, Margot is force to undergo testing for the presence of the powers in her. Margot manages to suppress her powers for the duration of...

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