The Power: A Novel - Pages 190 - 251 Summary & Analysis

Naomi Alderman
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The narrative shifts to Tunde, who has gone to Arizona. UrbanDox, the leader of an online anti-women movement, has invited Tunde for an interview. UrbanDox meets Tunde in person but does not reveal his real name. Tunde interviews UrbanDox and records the conversation. UrbanDox makes highly bigoted comments about all groups that are not Caucasian men. UrbanDox and his followers believe that women plan to exterminate men on a mass-scale after attaining power, as only a certain number of men will be needed for reproduction. UrbanDox tries to convert Tunde to their cause. UrbanDox also implies that he has encouraged his followers to engage in acts of domestic terrorism to fight the rising power of women. Tunde believes UrbanDox to be dangerous and delusional. The narrative shifts to Allie, who has begun performing televised healing sessions. She heals a boy who has been...

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