a-social-construct
a-social-construct:


Ancillary Justice just won the 2014 Hugo (as well as the Nebula and the Clarke, making it the first novel to ever get all three).  It’s got some interesting stuff going on with gender, asexuality and personal identity, but it’s not really a novel about gender the way that Left Hand of Darkness is.  Leckie clearly thought a lot about gender, and the book wouldn’t be what it is without it, but it’s not really about gender on the surface.
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a-social-construct:

Ancillary Justice just won the 2014 Hugo (as well as the Nebula and the Clarke, making it the first novel to ever get all three).  It’s got some interesting stuff going on with gender, asexuality and personal identity, but it’s not really a novel about gender the way that Left Hand of Darkness is.  Leckie clearly thought a lot about gender, and the book wouldn’t be what it is without it, but it’s not really about gender on the surface.

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