Gaining and possessing power in Parable of the Sower (Brittany J. and Sarah P.)

Inside the dystopian setting of Los Angeles that Lauren describes within her journal entries, citizens who possess a degree of power have paid jobs, guns, money, a family, and home within a walled-community. The reader can identify the novel as dystopian through Butler’s descriptions of Lauren Olamina’s environment, as well as the conditions of the … Continue reading Gaining and possessing power in Parable of the Sower (Brittany J. and Sarah P.)