Children of the New World Quotes

Alexander Weinstein
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We all have to reboot this. This world, with all its pain and loss. This is where we learn to love again.
-- Bill Thompson (Children of the New World)

Importance: This quote is the center of Weinstein's message in this novel. The world has become a tangle of devices, cleverly designed to help us connect without connections and to feel without experiencing. The world is painful and malicious. It comes after people who embrace the technology wrong and it lacks humanity. Bill Thompson wants the world to reset. He wants humanity to strengthen itself by undoing the web it has already woven. This deconstruction is where the world can learn to love and connect again.

Wow, that’s amazing,” Kyra says, and I stand next to her, looking at the flowers George sent, acknowledging how little I truly know about this world.”
-- Narrator (Saying Goodbye to Yang)

Importance: The narrator in this short story has strong beliefs that result in flash judgements of others...

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