Children of Dune - Children of Dune (through pg. 54) Summary & Analysis

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Children of Dune (through pg. 54) Summary

Stilgar, Naib (leader) of Sietch Tabr and guardian of Paul-Muad'Dib's orphaned twins, Ghanima and Leto, feels the weight of his duties. He remembers Fremen pride and dreaming of a messiah, rather than guilt over helping subject the universe to jihad. The "friendly desert" is shrunk to half its original size and the spread of "paradise" is dismaying. The children's paternal grandmother, the Lady Jessica, is visiting today. Naibs have killed for the good of the tribe, and these are not mere children. They possess terrifying genetic memory, like their Aunt Alia, having been addicted to melange in their mothers' wombs. Since infancy, Leto has shown he knows things only Muad'Dib could. The Bene Gesserit call them "Abomination," but want to exploit them genetically. Most upsetting is Muad'Dib's deification and the formation of a government/religion...

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