The Power: A Novel - Pages 314 - 382 Summary & Analysis

Naomi Alderman
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Tunde is eventually captured by a militant group of women, and one of them rapes him while her compatriots shout their encouragement. Roxy watches, powerless, from a concealed position. That night, Roxy helps Tunde escape. They are pursued by the militant women, but Tunde and Roxy manage to escape. Meanwhile, Tatiana is beginning to lose control of her army, which has begun committing atrocities against the rebel army without direct orders. Allie fears there will be a military coup if she does not take control of the situation. Allie uses her powers to control Tatiana’s body; she makes Tatiana kill herself with a sharp letter opener. The narrative then shifts to Tunde. Roxy has promised to help him get out of the country. He waits by the side of the road until a car comes driven by a woman sent by Roxy...

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