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El país de las mujeres
Gioconda Belli is a Nicaraguan feminist writer, and this novel is no exception from her feminist literature. Viviana is a highly successful TV presenter who is on a mission to change the highly corrupt politics of her country. Initially a group of outsiders that relies on political actions mostly designed to attract a lot of attention, they suddenly get help from mother nature: a volcano erupts and its gasses leave the men of Faguas without testosterone. As a result, they become weak, malleable, and lose their will to keep power. She instals a series of measures to change her country, the most radical of which is the removal of all men from government positions. Men are relegated to the household, while women staff all the ministries, police, the army, and all public services.
El pais de las mujeres (Spanish Edition)