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    characters à E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Suzette Haden Elgin Suzette Haden Elgin ↠ 9 free download read & download Native Tongue Native Tongue #1 45 stars Excellent story with well drawn characters both male and female and an original premise Recommended

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    Native Tongue Native Tongue #1 Pdf/E–pub I enjoyed it the first time I read it I've studied Linguistics myself which made it interesting and I occasionally enjoy re reading

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    Native Tongue Native Tongue #1 Pdf/E–pub Considering how obsessed I am with dystopian science fiction I can't believe I never read this feminist cult classic until now It's not as well written as the Handmaid's Tale but it's still pretty amazing The stuff about language reminds me a lot of 1984 and the Newspeak dictionary the idea that taking away words for ce

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With the author s givens why they just Climate Smart Agriculture (Natural Resource Management and Policy Book 52) do as they were toldFor that matter though itoesn t make sense why the Linguists have their monopoly We re specifically told it s not a genetic ifference that gives them their abilities Sure people think talking to aliens is icky and taboo but if the government is willing to experiment and sacrifice non linguist babies to is willing to experiment and sacrifice non linguist babies to to open up communication with non humanoid aliens so far an impossibility why on earth wouldn t they o the same to break the Linguist monopoly on communication with humanoid aliensSpe This book had an amazing concept It was full of amazing ideas the creation of a secret language for an oppressed second class women But it lacked several things in my opinion that prevented it from living up to the proclamation feminist science fiction classicOne of those things was characterization The first one hundred or so pages in the book had no Saint Germain On Alchemy distinct character for the reader to engage with There are several plot points expounded in male points of view that readers are supposed to beisgusted by and are Chasing the Red Queen disgusted by there is one storyline involving a woman lacking any realepth killing out of revenge and then there is the mention of some other characters who may be important later That s itIn my opinion having no characters with any emotional Haylee depth for the reader to latch onto at the beginning of the story was a serious flaw It made the pace slow and frustrated my sense of who or what to believe in in this story Another problem I had with this book was the good guysbad guysichotomy applied by the author It s simple All women are good even the one lady who systematically kills people all men are bad even the one guy who appeared to treat a female character like she was eual in intellect and status I personally The Columbia Guide to South African Literature in English Since 1945 (The Columbia Guides to Literature Since 1945) don t like my contemporary fiction to be so blackwhite It is boring and it is not believable It narrows the reader s frame of mind and ability to objectively engage with the work And ifone kind of poorly as it was here view spoilerkilling babies C mon hide spoiler Women have no rights and are the property of men Aliens communicate with humans through the families of the linguist Lines who have a monopoly on learning Alien languages The women of the Lines as restricted and patronized as any other women have Hijacking the Brain developed a secret language for women only If the men find out they reoomed But the Aliens are watching I read this book years ago it was published in 1984 and I had an immediate visceral reaction yes she s right The male characters patronize humiliate and enigrate their women They treat them as not very bright semen receptacles Any woman who has sat in a meeting with men will recognize the interactions Elgin created an actual women s language called Laadan which is still active today and I think like Tolkien the language came before the storyIt s interesting that current reviews on Refer To The Book As Dated And Several People Say to the book as ated and several people say s history and things are not like this today Well things may be better or we at least have the concept they should be better but this is not The Path to Gay Rights dated Considering how obsessed I am withystopian science fiction I can t believe I never read this feminist cult classic until now It s not as well written as the Handmaid s Tale but it s still pretty amazing The stuff about language reminds me a lot of 1984 and the Newspeak ictionary the idea that taking away words for certain concepts or creatingencoding words for others can change the way people think and behave and affect whether they have the capacity to rebel against an authoritarian regimeThe book s biggest flaw is gender essentialism The women in the book are for the most part unreservedly good and nurturing and sweet The men are pretty much evil bigoted pigs although a few are a little complicated than that The book seems to advocate creating a women s world and women s language that totally writes off all men as irredeemable Although espite that all the characters in the book also seem to be heterosexual which is a whole other issueThat said it s still a great and fascinating read Plus one of the heroines of the book is an assassin spy named Michaela so how could I not love it. Octora en Lingüística y ha impartido clases en la Universidad Gendered Citizenships de California en San Diego especializándose en lenguajes indios americanos especialmente el navajo hopi y kumeyaay Novelistae ciencia ficción Alien Disclosure at Area 51 desde 1969 ha publicado un totale nueve novelas Singing the Law de ciencia ficción y fantasía así como numerosos textos lingüísticos Lengua Materna es su trabajo más reciente También ha compilado un Primer Diccionario y Gramáticael Láada. Native Tongue Native Tongue #1Aadan If they weren t why weren t they Are we supposed to believe the girls were talking about Laadan which we know they knew was top secret in front of their fathers in a language their fathers understood Why would they use a long winded English or whatever paraphrase for a concept when they got a language that expressed they got a language that expressed one word hide spoiler Absolutely excellent I know The Handmaid s Tale gets press and praise but this is a far realistic and chilling misogynist future There s really Handmaid s Tale gets press and praise but this is a far realistic and chilling misogynist future There s really much meaty stuff and I m so far from elouent that I ll just say read it and leave it at that I ll never forgive the university professors who made me read this novel Some of the sci fi elements in it were interesting and it posed some compelling linguistic uestions but mostly it was just tiresome The majority of the narrative is the kind heavy handed man hating that has We Sell Drugs done to hurt the cause of feminism than further it Every man in the novel is a cowardly misogynistic tyrant while every woman is a long suffering angelic saint I found the whole thing simply tedious 45 stars Excellent story with wellrawn characters both male and female and an original premise Recommended Read for book clubOK first off Suzette Haden Elgin is clearly a separatist who believed that both women and men would be better off apart from each other Not that she seemed to care much about what might be better for menI Problem Solving in Data Structures Algorithms Using C++ do not agree with this premise not even a tiny bit but I m notemeriting the book for holding a viewpoint I Literature of Africa disagree with There are some interesting ideas brought up but most of them areropped never to be picked up again Elgin was a linguist and as such id have some interesting thoughts about language acuisition and communicationHowever it s just not a very good book The language is clunky and awkward #giving the book a feel like it was published in the 50s than #the book a feel like it was published in the 50s than the 80s One of the members of my book club theorized that this was one on purpose a theory bolstered by the fact that language was Elgin s professional specialty but I have read one other book by her published over a Crossing the color line in American politics and African American literature decade earlier and that one was pretty similar in tone and style And it was even worse as a work of literature So I m concluding that this was just her writing voice The premise of the book is that in a near future when Earth has made contact with multitudes of alien races communicating with those races in order to hammer out trade agreements has become of primary economic importance It has beeniscovered that the only way to communicate with humanoid aliens is to have them send a representative who will interact with a human infant until that infant picks up the alien language as its native tongue Only the babies of thirteen Linguist families who all live in communal houses on Earth are trained to this important work Both the Linguists and the larger Earth culture have become extremely misogynistic women have the status of slaves However the Linguist women have been secretly working on creating a Womens Language which they see as the tool of their liberationWell Elgin may have been a linguist but she certainly was not an economist or a sociologist The whole situation as Rebuilding described feels very poorly thought out We have the Linguists for one They are the tiny group on which the entire human economy not just Earth but a plethora of colonies which we are told are easy and cheap to travel toepends on However they are portrayed as a hated group who have to pretend to be poor and live in ascetic horrid situations Intro to Alien Invasion denying themselves even the smallest luxuries in order to avoid inciting hatred This is just ridiculous In reality they be like oligarchs as someone in my book club said and would not care at all if they were loved or hated They could have their own private planets if they wanted Similarly the linguist women are half of the Linguists They are needed Therapy of Love desperately Sure they ve been brought up to be slaves but they re already shown as being smart savvy and secretly rebellious They could also go on strike Hell they could ve applied for political asylum from another humanoid species we re explicitly told that other planets cultures have gender euality It justoesn t make sense. S sexos y Democratic Phoenix: Reinventing Political Activism de la resistencia ocultae las mujeres ue Museum Activism desarrollan el Láadan un lenguaje secreto propio Suzette Haden Elgin novelistae ciencia ficción y profesora Narcissistic Mothers de lingüística combina sus talentos para crear una sociedad en la ue el comercio interplanetario ha convertido el lenguaje en un bien precioso y por tanto haado al llamado ¿sexo ébil un arma para liberarse si se atreven a usarloSuzette Haden Elgin ue vive en Arkansas es ,