The second book in the trilogy, The Year of the Flood, has the most interesting content from the perspective of the class. That’s the one I mentioned previously, with the hymns of the God’s Gardeners. Reading all three novels is probably too much to attempt in a semester, at least without cutting other things that I think are important. I’m wondering whether reading only The Year of the Flood without reading the first book, Oryx and Crake, would work.
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