Children of Dune - Children of Dune (pgs. 186-233) Summary & Analysis

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Children of Dune (pgs. 186-233) Summary

Farad'n sits motionless, after hearing all that Wensicia has secretly done for him. Tyekanik now calls her "Queen Mother." Farad'n regrets having responsibilities thrust upon him without his permission, and wonders what happens if the plan fails. Wensicia feigns ignorance of The Preacher's visit or any link to Idaho. Farad'n is beginning to enjoy mind-games and political plotting with his mother. She impatiently rejects his interest in Arrakis' ecology however, claiming he has responsibilities, and expresses distaste in some things done in his name. He declares that he can read between the lines. Wensicia fears her son might denounce her, but he hurries to the library to study Corrino history, unable to figure out how he feels about his growing place in history

Ghanima gets caught diving into the crevasse, clawed by the cat that...

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