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Children of the Mind Chapter Summary & Analysis - 'How Do You Know They Aren't Quivering in Terror?' Summary

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'How Do You Know They Aren't Quivering in Terror?' Summary

Aboard Miro's craft, Quara is incredulous that Peter gave the Little Doctor back, questioning whether she is the only one of them who thought it might be useful in the destruction of the descoladore planet if they determine that it represents a perpetual threat to humanity. Miro is surprised since she used to be such a firm advocate for the rights of the descolada virus on Lusitania. She explains that her thinking has matured and that she now understands the only way to live without being threatened by an enemy is to destroy it. She even cites Ender as an example, who killed two boys in Battle School when they threatened his life. She asks why Peter would not have kept the M.D. and he answers that it...

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