Children of the Mind - Study Guide 'It Smells Like Life to Me' Summary & Analysis

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Jane's dying becomes more bearable since the more capacity she loses, the less awareness she has of what is happening to her. She is filled with a sense of loss but cannot imagine what it is that she has lost. She clings to the last few active ansible links, left open by her friends but is filled with a need to grow. She begins attempting to let go off the ansible lines, casting about for some other space in which to exist and in doing so, she senses a familiar presence and makes the leap into Young Val. Unexpectedly though, Ender is unable to let go. Jane's aiua spins throughout the body, but on this deep, unconscious level, she encounters resistance from Ender's aiua everywhere. Human and the Hive Queen observe since they too are tied into...

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