Children of Dune - Children of Dune (pgs. 352-410) Summary & Analysis

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Children of Dune (pgs. 352-410) Summary

After listening all night to Idaho's mentat arguments about Alia's machinations, Stilgar is not convinced and refuses to compromise his neutrality. If Idaho is sure about Alia's infidelity, he may kill Javid in the desert - but not escape - and he may not send a message to Jessica. Only the Trial of Possession can settle the question of Alia's condition, and first they must investigate extenuating circumstances. The rest this question and Stilgar refuses to say any more about Ghanima than that no one can harm her. Idaho feels this is naïve.

As they stiffly stand, Idaho sees Javid enter and kills him with a thrown knife, to silence the gossip, he says. Stilgar is irate that his honor along with his neutrality has been defiled. Idaho delivers the three most deadly Fremen...

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