Unformatted text preview: 8. Where are the men? 9. Would Haraway admire the new social order of this women-dominated society? 10. Raina’s descriptions of Dr. Margaret’s need for control. 11. According to Raina, what meaning of “family” has the doctor created? 12. Raina desires a different type of family. 13. Raina’s past: something remembered or something created? 14. How do the descriptions of her memory change, and why? 15. Two interpretations of the story’s conclusion: A. Raina is a successful rebel! She’s the ultimate “infecting organism” (114) that has invaded and destroyed the doctor’s environment, and she will create a wholly new definition of family. B. Laura is correct: Raina is Dr. Margaret’s “perfect little daughter” (110). Raina has learned far too well all the lessons about life and family taught by the humans around her....
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course ENG 285 taught by Professor Vanderborg during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.
- Spring '11