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Worldshaker Analytical Essay

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This essay was about recognising generic and literary conventions and how the author has manipulated them to express how dominant ideologies were dominant in the contemporary society. These dominant ideologies can be recognised through different reading practices, which are thoroughly discussed in the essay.

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Worldshaker Analytical Essay
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Thought Marxist theory Philosophy Structure Gender studies Social theories Feminism and society Feminist theory Dominant ideology Ideology Feminism Base and superstructure Richard Harland Ebnolia
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Thought Marxist theory Philosophy Structure Gender studies Social theories Feminism and society Feminist theory Dominant ideology Ideology Feminism Base and superstructure Richard Harland Ebnolia
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The key power relationships in Worldshaker are the patriarchal imbalance of women against men and the imperialistic battle of the Upper Decks and Filthies, where their relationship portrays a base and superstructure system. Through these unjust power relationships, the bourgeoisie are able to portray a patriarchal and imperialistic view onto the proletariats and ultimately everyone on Worldshaker. Through an awareness of Marxist theory and character development, the reader can respond to the imperialistic power relationship betw...
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