I am still still stuck on the he/she, ka/kan explanation. Why was this necessary to the story? I get that this is how their language works, but I don‘t see why it was needed for the context of the actual story.
I don‘t even have the words to describe the feelings this book brings out. The tears I shed, not because I was sad, but because this author was able to exactly express what it is like to be “other” or a woman. This one will be read over and over and over ❤️