Xenocide Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Book Report on Xenocide By Orson Scott Card.
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Book Report on Xenocide By Orson Scott Card

Summary: Despite the scientific backdrop of Xenocide by Orson Scott Card, there are many religious themes and references. This analysis of the book explores several elements and events that raise questions about the roles of Jesus, God and religion in its plot.
In this book by Orson Scott Card there are a bunch of religious arguments that are brought up. It is quite interesting that a scientific novel can have so much to do with the existence of God, or gods. The book is about the universe after people have discovered how to travel at the speed of light. There are many different worlds out there where people can live on and one special world is the world of Path. The world of Path is a world in which it is of a Chinese civilization. Even though people ride in hover cars this world stuck to it's Chinese heritage and is very traditional. They believe in the gods speaking to them and there are special people in this world called god-spoken. These people are supposedly gifted with the ability to speak to the God's...

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