Enchantress from the Stars Essay & Project Ideas

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1. At one point Elana's father assures her that the Imperials have outgrown barbaric punishments and unrelieved poverty, and in time will outgrow other social evils, too. This implies that social or ethical progress always accompanies technological progress. Do you think this is true? Support your arguments with examples both from the novel and from human history.

2. An important part of Enchantress from the Stars is the way people interpret what they see according to what their culture has taught them to see. To Georyn, the rock-chewer is a dragon, while to Elana and Jarel it is simply a machine. To Jarel's people, belief in telepathy is a sign of mental illness, while both Elana and Georyn accept telepathy easily. How would someone from a world like Georyn's describe a computer or an aircraft? How would someone from a Federation without...

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