Throughout the novel Oryx and Crake, Atwood accentuates how individuals’ humanistic thinking will mitigate by scientific progress that is caused by perverse uses of scientific power and knowledge. Many scientists today rely on advanced biological science and genetic experiments, which allows them to exercise their…
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by Margaret Atwood
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Snowman, Crake, Oryx, Sharon, Jimmy's father, Ramona
In the centre of the novel is Oryx, a mysterious woman, who Crake hires for sexual services and as a teacher to the Crakers, but she secretly becomes Jimmy's lover as well.