Artemis Fowl - Chapter 2, Translation Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Translation Summary

Artemis is after gold. His search had begun when he'd become interested in the Internet, about two years ago. There, he found sites on the People and references to fairies in nearly every country. He found several mentions of the Book, which is a fairy bible containing the history of the People and the rules that govern them. He learned that the Book was written in Gnomish, the fairy language. Artemis believed that he could translate the Book with modern technology.

Artemis's motto is "know thine enemy." He set out to learn as much as he could about the People. He also placed an ad on the web for a fairy, sprite, leprechaun, or pixie that would meet with him. The responses had mostly been false leads, until Ho Chi Minh City. With his genius and still childlike belief in magic...

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