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What role does Gilman give Ellador in the debate with Van over non-procreative sexuality?

2 of 5
How does Gilman suggest we understand Jeff's genteel, idealistic way of viewing women?

3 of 5
Who seems to transform over the course of the novel from a confident leader into a bully and a fool?

4 of 5
What does Terry depend on women for?

5 of 5
What enables Van to see the arbitrariness of the social arrangements that his own society treats as "natural"?