Children of the Mind - 'I am a Man of Perfect Simplicity' Summary & Analysis

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'I am a Man of Perfect Simplicity' Summary

Peter and Wang-mu begin to establish themselves on the planet of Divine Wind, with considerable help from Jane. They need not learn a new language since even though Divine Wind was originally a Japanese colony, it now hosts visitors from all over the Hundred Worlds and its inhabitants speak the common tongue, Stark. After emerging from the forest, they present themselves to an official as having lost their documents while hiking and are quickly verified when the official checks their computer records that are all in order, courtesy of Jane. They are given new documents and even transportation in a government car back to the city of Nagoya, where Jane has even arranged for a fully furnished apartment for them.

They spend some time in the apartment settling in. Wang-mu bathes while Peter watches an...

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