Acceptance - Part Three: 0020-0022 Summary & Analysis

Jeff VanderMeer
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The director finds herself more disgruntled with Lowry's methods. In addition to that, she cannot get the plant's blooming off of her mind. To her it is somehow very significant, but she can't determine why it should be so significant to her. Blooming is the natural progression for many plants. It signals maturity. Still wondering about her obsession with this she goes to find Whitby. He's turned in a report on the blooming of the plant, which she finds to be completely unusable. On her way to find Whitby she decides to visit the biologist one more time, to interview her. She finds the Biologist as belligerent and uncooperative as always.

Lowry has stated that of all the potential candidates for the expedition that he finds the Biologist the least likely of them all. However, the director likes her, not only because...

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