In the novel, through the police investigation into a femicide, The right world, in which language is feminine and women are leading the evolution of the species, is revealed.
The image of human perfection is the vitruvian woman.
It was a woman who died on the cross. Men call for equal opportunities. Women who become mothers conquer the most prestigious levels in the workplace.
Utopia? Dystopia? Just a right world that, like a mirror able of reversing gender roles, oscillating between interrogations and international peace talks, male prostitution and fairy tales told to the girls, scenes of domestic life and matriarchal fundamentalism, appears plausible in its ordinary daily life.
A matriarchal society
The right world. It is a world of women. It was the female gender that led the evolution of humanity, as symbolized by the cover image of the novel: The Vitruvian Woman, created by Paola De Benedetti on the model of Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian man, to represent human perfection.
Women decide whether and when to have daughters, with or without men. Religion, society expect them to remain virgins, that means independent.
This is confirmed by the highest spiritual authority, you can get it from the fairy tales told to the girls.
If women do not generate life, they cannot make a career.
Marriage is banned because it is considered synonymous with sterility of the species. Language is feminine. It is a woman who died on the cross.
Men call for equal opportunities
Men do the most humble jobs, ask for equal social opportunities.
The costs of crimes and vandalism are kept in their pay packet.
In the more retrograde countries, where matriarchal fundamentalism is law, they live in conditions of semi-slavery.
The female instance in the mirror
But the novel does not present itself as a futuristic utopia (or dystopia, depending on the gaze of the reader). It is the simple reflection of the current world, which returns to us from a mirror capable of reversing gender roles.
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