Woman at Point Zero - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

Firdaus' voice falls silent, and Nawal El Saadawi moves as though dreaming. She does not feel the coldness of the ground like in a dream, and Firdaus' now silent voice still echoes in her ears, flowing from all directions, like a dream; however, the woman in front of her is real and her voice is a real voice, and Saadawi is certainly awake. Suddenly, the door is thrown open, and several armed policemen surround Firdaus because her "time has come" (p. 107). Saadawi watches Firdaus leave with them and never sees her again, but her voice continues to echo, vibrating the entire world and spreading fear of the truth which kills. Firdaus paid the price of the world being full of lies. Saadawi goes to her car with her eyes averted to the ground. She is ashamed of her life, fears and...

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