Zero K - Artis Martineau Summary & Analysis

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Summary

This chapter bridges the gap between Part I and Part II of the novel. The chapter consists of a series of short statements, presumably thought by Artis while she is frozen within her pod. The statement consists of claims that the woman is both a first and third person, but she is unable to reconcile these persons. The woman also states that she is a person that she cannot remember and that she is experiencing a nightmare of the self. At the end of the chapter, the speaker reveals that she is a body within a pod.

Analysis

Most importantly, this chapter demonstrates a change in point of view. We learn that this chapter is being narrated by Artis herself. The author may have done this in order to inform the reader about the mental status of someone within Zero K. This also...

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