Children of Dune - Children of Dune (pgs. 97-142) Summary & Analysis

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Children of Dune (pgs. 97-142) Summary

Leto speaks his peace to Jessica and Ghanima agrees: they must learn to live with what they are; it is better that he not be Emperor. Leto puts his grandmother off balance by asking why her lips flutter - a frequent observation by his namesake. He asks, not to taunt her but to remind her of the long-ago sietch orgy by which she can understand the twins' experience. Jessica is loath to discuss Alia beyond saying she is on a dangerous course. Leto asks point blank if he and Ghanima are Abominations or the Atreides' hope. He is not "prattling," and is ready to feed her Sisterhood cant from her own memories. Leto assures Jessica he has not looked outside his time, for he knows the "trap of prescience." He wants more freedom than it...

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