Feed

Feed

by

M. T. Anderson

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Feed

The central symbol of Feed is the feed itself. This technology, implanted in the characters’ heads shortly after they’re born, allows the characters to communicate electronically with each other. The feed also allows them to…

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The moon

Feed opens with Titus and his friends traveling to the moon, only to be underwhelmed by the experience. The moon, they find, is dull and predictable—same stores, same foods, same people, and so forth. It…

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Lesions

At the beginning of the novel, the characters are all suffering from mysterious lesions that cause their skin to peel away. It’s suggested that these lesions are caused by environmental devastation brought about by corporate…

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