On Being Human: Nekropolis, by Maureen McHugh

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This week for my penultimate entry in the On Being Human series I examine “Nekropolis” by Maureen McHugh, a novel about an artificial being called a harni and Hariba, a woman who has been “jessed” into subservience.

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