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At the same time, and curiously, the overall mood of He, She, and It is in many ways far more positive than that of its predecessor. In addition to the opposition of utopian and dystopian genres, Piercy's vivid depiction of the present-day experiences of Connie Ramos introduces the genre of realistic fiction into this dialogue.
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This story, told to Yod by Malkah in segments that run throughout the text, helps him to gain a sense of his own identity and background. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, Booket Here again, Brecht provides a precedent, via his use in plays like Mother Courage and Galileo of seventeenth-century settings to comment upon conditions in his own present.
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